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Android App Development for Beginners (2018 Edition): Part 6

Let's create a login screen with Android Studio and Kotlin. In this tutorial, we'll see how to use ConstraintLayout to build the email EditText, password EditText, and submit Button XML layout. Then we'll write an if statement to verify that the user enters a valid password. Beginning Android developers won't want to miss this video! Connect on LinkedIn: My new blog:

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Android and RxJava: Getting Started

RxJava is a beast to learn, but it can be useful in just about any type of Android app. Today, let’s get started with RxJava basics, and how we can use it to build a simple app.

Android SharedPreferences Tutorial in Kotlin

Saving data across app launches and terminations is easy. SharedPreferences is good for storing small amounts of data, such as a username (String) and password (String).

Android Architecture Components Tutorial: ViewModel + LiveData

Use Kotlin to build a basic Android app using Android Architecture Components. As part of Jetpack, LiveData and ViewModel support a MVVM app architecture.