For various reasons (for example publishing an update to an app on Google Play Store will require it to have a newer versions), you should increment the version/build number for your project.
This can be easily done in your build.gradle file.
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I am continuing with this series of articles with asking for location permissions and getting the actual location from your phone.
The first step for doing this, is to tell the system that you will be requiring location permissions. You do this by adding the following two lines to your manifest file:
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I’m starting this series of articles describing some of the issues I encountered along the way for which I could not find too much documentation online, or the documentation I could find was vague.
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This is my first foray into the “fascinating” WordPress development.
It’s a simple plugin designed to bring flashcards to your blog in a very easy way. First step is to install it from here.
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For the past few months I have been trying to build a basic piano keyboard for Android. In doing this, I have discovered that the information out there is quite scarce, so I had to do quite a bit of experimenting to get it working properly.
The best source I could find was this, and my work is, visually at least, almost identical, however I wanted to improve on it and, hopefully, I did just that.
You can install the app on your Android device from this link.
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