This the first video of our app inventor 2 Intermediate tutorial series. We do not have any update/publish schedule of this series, we welcome any suggestions or ideas of our next video.
In this lesson, we will learn the Get Pixel Color function of the ...
In this video we will use a 3rd party library called AmbilWarna to implement a color picker into our app. We will then use the picked color and set the background of our Activity to it.
You can find the example code and dependencies here:
A simple speed drawing of a full moon night winter landscape with pastels. Oups! It looks like I got too excited and put TOO many stars in the sky at the end. Personally I like it better with no stars. Anyways, it's all yours, it's good to stick to a "gol...
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In this tutorial, you learn how to easily implement the application use your phone camera and take picture
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Hello! Like a I promised yesterday, here's the video! Remember, I am not, in any way, a professional at this program. This is just the stuff that I know. It seems like I put the video too fast so here is what the notes say if it's too fast for you.
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This video tutorial shows you how to display a date picker dialog to select a date when you touch a text box. To get the code in the video, you visit the page:
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In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to implement android camera 2 API. This example tutorial will focus on the new andr...
This video is about how to take camera preview in android studio using opencv library.
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Old video with more details about Colorspaces:
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