Welcome!

It’s a really short and simple tutorial, I’m just going to show you how to use camera with Android Studio.

I’m creating this tutorial because it’ll be a requirement for some new posts about image processing with Android.

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Welcome!

In this post, I’ll show you how to create a custom and simple ActionBar/Toolbar to your Android application with Material Design.

And then we’ll add a custom search field to the ActionBar.

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Welcome!!

This is the seventh post about mobile development with Python.

In this  post, I’ll show you how to work with PyJNIus, a Python module to access Java classes as Python classes using JNI.

To show how it works, we’ll create a simple share button to open an intent and share a link with an external application :)

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Welcome!

In this post, I’ll show you how to use ViewPagerTransforms Library to add some beautiful animations for transforming ViewPager on your Androids apps.

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36 Questions on the Way to Love

More than 20 years ago, the psychologist Dr. Arthur Aron succeeded in making two strangers fall in love in his laboratory. The 36 questions in the study are broken up into three sets, with each set intended to be more probing than the previous one.

You need to play in real life, face-to-face. Your partner can a romantic interest, friend, current lover, or anyone you’d be curious and comfortable developing intimacy with.

The idea is that mutual vulnerability fosters closeness. To quote the study’s authors, “One key pattern associated with the development of a close relationship among peers is sustained, escalating, reciprocal, personal self-disclosure.” Allowing oneself to be vulnerable with another person can be exceedingly difficult, so this exercise forces the issue.

This app is a simple implementation of Dr. Aron’s study. You can download it, find a partner, and try it.