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Paolo Amoroso: Revisiting Building Android Apps in Python Using Kivy with Android Studio

One of the books I read on Kivy, a Python cross-platform GUI framework, is Building Android Apps in Python Using Kivy with Android Studio: With Pyjnius, Plyer, and Buildozer by Ahmed Fawzy Mohamed Gad (Apress, 2019). My comments on the book, which focused on it not being a good match for my learning needs, sounded negative. Perhaps unnecessarily so. The cover of Building Android Apps in Python Using Kivy with Android Studio in Google Play Books on my Pixel 2 XL. The author, Ahmed Fawzy Mohamed Gad, emailed me concerning…

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Visual Studio Code updates Java support

The September 2019 update to the Visual Studio Code editor, known as version 1.39, includes a number of new capabilities and improvements for Java developers. In addition, support for Java 13, the latest version of standard Java, has been added via the Language Support for Java extension from Red Hat. New Java features in Visual Studio Code 1.39 include easier navigation of class implementations and overriding methods, inline refactoring, and new code actions and code snippets. The Language Support for Java extension provides Java linting, IntelliSense, refactoring, and Maven and Gradle support.  To…

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Programming 

DesingSparks’s IoT seminar presents Zerynth Studio – user-friendly platform for Python developers

Our partner, DesignSpark, held an IoT seminar last month to present all the benefits of using Zerynth Studio for programming 32-bit microcontrollers in Python.  In an hour-long seminar, the DesignSpark team shared three tools that can help students and developers during the prototyping phase of the project:  DesignSpark PCB, DesignSpark Mechanical and Zerynth. Since Zerynth Studio is already available for download straight from DesignSpark, all three software tools can be found in the same place. Weather station with XinaBox and Zerynth Later on, they had a demonstration for the students…

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DevNation Live: 17-million downloads of Visual Studio Code Java extension

DevNation Live tech talks are hosted by the Red Hat technologists who create our products. These sessions include real solutions and code and sample projects to help you get started. In this talk, you’ll learn about Visual Studio Code from Bob Davis, Principal Product Manager in Red Hat’s Developer Tools Group. Did you know that Visual Studio Code is free and open source? We have already seen more than 17-million downloads of the Java extensions for this ultra-lightweight IDE, making Visual Studio Code one of the fastest growing software development…

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Get started with Red Hat CodeReady Studio 12.12.0.GA and JBoss Tools 4.12.0.Final for Eclipse 2019-06

JBoss Tools 4.12.0 and Red Hat CodeReady Studio 12.12 for Eclipse 2019-06 are here and are waiting for you. In this article, I’ll cover the highlights of the new releases and show how to get started. Installation Red Hat CodeReady Studio (previously known as Red Hat Developer Studio) comes with everything pre-bundled in its installer. Simply download it from our Red Hat CodeReady Studio product page and run it like this: java -jar codereadystudio-<installername>.jar JBoss Tools or Bring-Your-Own-Eclipse (BYOE) CodeReady Studio requires a bit more. This release requires at least…

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Android Studio Tutorial: Create Android App

The following tutorial explains the procedure to create an Android app with basic features using Android Studio. It will help you climb the first step towards learning Android Development. The app will have a simple UI and a few lines of java code so that you can get started with android development. And you can certainly make it more feature-rich after acquiring the basic acknowledge. We’ll make use of Android development studio and explain how to use it in a step by step manner. The tutorial is also using images…

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Programming 

Zerynth team at the W.N.I.E. Live – rapid prototyping in Python with Zerynth Studio

What’s new in electronics? Rapid prototyping demos in Python with our team, that’s what. To be more precise, the Zerynth team was at the W.N.I.E. Live presenting demos with Zerynth tools, along with the DesignSpark team. And to clarify the opening sentence, W.N.I.E. stands for “What’s New In Electronics.” W.N.I.E. Live WNIE Live took place at the NAEC Stoneleigh in the UK on September 18th and 19th. As their website says: “WNIE Live brings the electronics industry to life and allows companies to join with like-minded individuals who want to…

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