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All Tutorials · 2970 Results

iOS & Swift New
Build a Real iOS App From Scratch: A Free Workshop for Swift Beginners
Register for this webinar and, in less than an hour, you’ll learn to build a real, functional iOS app.
Flutter & Dart New
Flutter Apprentice
Build for both iOS and Android with Flutter! Flutter is a new and exciting software development toolkit that lets you target multiple platforms at once, so you can build apps for iOS, Android and even web and desktop, all from a single codebase. Similar to modern web technologies, Flutter uses a declarative approach to UI development. You can take advantage of “hot reload” of new code while developing, and your apps will perform at native speed thanks to Flutter’s custom rendering engine. It’s been the dream of mobile developers for years to find a cross-platform tool that lets you build for both iOS and Android without having to write and maintain two separate codebases. With Flutter and Flutter Apprentice, you can achieve that dream!
Multiple Domains New
Kodeco Podcast: Getting Your App in the App Store (V2, S2, E5)
Professor Brad Ashburn joins Dru and Suz to talk about the trials and tribulations in his journey from writing an iOS app to getting it published in the Apple App Store.
Android & Kotlin New
Kotlin Coroutines: Fundamentals
Learn the fundamentals about threads and coroutines, along with the basics of the Kotlin Coroutines framework.
Android & Kotlin New
Big List of Android Conferences in 2024
Discover the top Android conferences in 2024 and seize the opportunity to stay updated, network with industry professionals, and explore emerging technologies. Dive into the world of Android development with these must-attend events.
Game Tech New
Extending the Editor with Plugins in Godot
Embark on a journey to harness the true power of Godot with editor plugins! Revolutionize your workflow with bespoke tools, efficient shortcuts, and personalized menu options. Delve deep into the art of plugin creation and unlock the boundless potential of Godot with ease.
Multiple Domains New
Kodeco Podcast: Leveling Up as a Developer (V2, S2 E4)
How do you level up in your development career? If you’re interested in how to upskill from a junior-level developer to a senior dev, you’ll get great advice here from people who have been there themselves.
Android & Kotlin New
Gradle Tutorial for Android: Getting Started – Part 2
In this Gradle Build Script tutorial, you’ll learn build types, product flavors, build variants, and how to add additional information such as the date to the APK file name.
Android & Kotlin New
Gradle Tutorial for Android: Getting Started – Part 1
In this Gradle Build Script tutorial, you’ll learn the basic syntax in build.gradle files generated by Android Studio. You’ll also learn about gradlew tasks, different dependency management techniques, and how to add a new dependency to your app.
Flutter & Dart New
Saving Data in Flutter
Data is king! In this course you’ll see different techniques to store data in your Flutter apps. You will use SharedPreferences to store key-value pairs, convert objects in JSON format (and viceversa), read and write data to text files, and convert images into streams of data. At the end of this course, you’ll be able to choose how to save data in your apps, and use some of the most common Flutter storing options.
iOS & Swift New
Interactive Widgets With SwiftUI
Discover how iOS 17 takes widgets to the next level by adding interactivity. Use SwiftUI to add interactive widgets to an app called Trask. Explore different types of interactive widgets and best practices for design and development.
Multiple Domains New
Kodeco Podcast: Putting AI to Use in Software Development (V2, S2 E3)
It’s all AI this episode as Mina Gerges and Dan Ilies take all three of our hosts down the rabbit hole to explore the cutting-edge intersection of artificial intelligence and mobile app development.
Android & Kotlin New
Android Fundamentals by Tutorials
In this book, you’ll learn how to build Android applications from scratch using Android Studio as the IDE. You’ll learn the basics of Kotlin and how to build elegant UI with Jetpack Compose. You’ll expand on the basics by making robust and scalable apps using well-established architecture patterns.
Game Tech New
Introduction to Shaders in Godot 4
Discover the art of game customization with shaders in Godot 4. Learn to craft your visual effects, from texture color manipulation to sprite animations, in this guide to writing fragment and vertex shaders.
Android & Kotlin
Jetpack Compose Tutorial for Android: Getting Started
In this Jetpack Compose tutorial, you’ll learn to use the new declarative UI framework being developed by the Android team by creating a cookbook app.
Game Tech New
How to Translate Your Game Using the Unity Translation Package
Welcome to the wild world of localization, where Veggie Gladiators are about to prove that vegetables aren’t just for salads, but for speaking multiple languages too! Picture this: your game is a hit in Tokyo, and suddenly the Veggie Gladiators have to fight in a sushi bar. Without localization, they’ll be lost in translation faster than a potato in a fruit salad. So, let’s arm our Veggie Gladiators with languages and take over the global gaming arena, one veggie at a time!
iOS & Swift New
Metal by Tutorials
Build your own low-level game engine in Metal! Metal is a unified application programming interface (API) for the graphics processing unit, or GPU. It’s unified because it applies to both 3D graphics and data-parallel computation paradigms. Metal is a low-level API because it provides programmers near-direct access to the GPU. Finally, Metal is a low-overhead API because it reduces the central processing unit (CPU) cost by multi-threading and pre-compiling of resources. But beyond the technical definition, Metal is the most appropriate way to use the GPU’s parallel processing power to visualize data or solve numerical challenges. It’s also tailored to be used for machine learning, image/video processing or, as this book describes, graphics rendering. This book will introduce you to low-level graphics programming in Metal — Apple’s framework for programming on the graphics processing unit (GPU). As you progress through this book, you’ll learn many of the fundamentals that go into making a game engine and gradually put together your own engine. Once your game engine is complete, you’ll be able to put together 3D scenes and program your own simple 3D games. Because you’ll have built your 3D game engine from scratch, you’ll be able to customize every aspect of what you see on your screen. This book is for intermediate Swift developers interested in learning 3D graphics or gaining a deeper understanding of how game engines work.
The Kodeco Podcast
Kodeco Podcast: Moving to Godot – Podcast V2, S2 E2
Dru and Jennifer are joined by Eric Van de Kerckhove to talk about the indie gave developer shift from Unity to Godot as a game development and engine platform.
Professional Growth New
5 Reasons Why Upskilling Your Dev Team Is Critical for Growth
Stay ahead of the competition by upskilling your dev team. Discover how critical upskilling is to team success and efficiency, driving cost savings.
Game Tech New
Using and Creating Resources in Godot 4
Any game out there needs assets like textures, sounds, and music to provide a fun experience to its players. Godot treats these files as resources you can use throughout your project. Besides Godot’s built-in resources, you can also create your own to build powerful, modular systems. Custom resources make it easier to manage your project. […]
The Kodeco Podcast
Kodeco Podcast: Let’s Talk Vision Pro – Podcast V2, S2 E1
Friend of the show Tim Mitra joins us to talk about the new Vision Pro coming from Apple! And he’s got course materials too!
The Kodeco Podcast
Kodeco Podcast: Meet the Show – Podcast V2, S2 E0
Welcome to the new season for the Kodeco Podcast! In this episode, Dru and Suz fill you in on some of the wonderful changes going on. We also welcome back Jenn Bailey as a second episode co-host!
Game Tech
Getting Started with Unreal Engine for Unity Developers
This comprehensive tutorial introduces developers to Unreal Engine, highlighting its differences from Unity and providing a detailed guide on getting started. It covers various aspects, including the user interface, materials, blueprint visual scripting and exporting projects, making it an invaluable resource for those transitioning to Unreal Engine for game development.
Flutter & Dart New
Flutter Networking Tutorial: Getting Started
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make asynchronous network requests and handle the responses in a Flutter app connected to a REST API.