Tag: android app

How to easily add custom fonts (typeface) to your B4A android applications

Today, I bring you another simple tutorial on how to add custom fonts easily to B4A android applications. B4A is the fastest growing android applications development IDE out there. With a large community  of developers always available to attend to your needs. A lot of people emailed me asking this questions. Now, why would you […]

B4A latest userguide and beginners pdf for learning

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B4A is the fastest android development platform. With over 20,000 community members who are ready to help anytime you are need, there is extensive documentation on the b4x language, and sample code snippets to help beginners. With a clean code as this, everyone can get their applications running within 5 minutes of install.   Download […]

B4A Tutorials – User Validation Part 1

B4A User Validation In this tutorials, I will teach you how to validate users which will come in handy if you are developing an application that requires user login. Validation helps to check that users enter the required characters, and more. Through part 1 of this tutorial, you will have an idea about TRIM keyword, […]

B4A Tutorial – How color is assigned to Contacts initials

In this Video tutorial , i show you how to grab initials of an app user and apply colors to it like how emails like gmail or telegram does it in the absence of a profile picture.   Through this course, you will learn how to use select case and charAt and create a layout. […]

B4A for beginners – Math Operators

B4A Tutorials on Math Operators Math Operators are used to perform operations, for example if you define a variable like this: Dim purchases As Double = 245.00 Dim discount As Double = 15.00 Dim totalAmount As Double purchases = 245.00 discount = 15.00 Now before you can get  the total amount payable, you have to […]

B4A FOR BEGINNERS – VARIABLES

Variables hold data (store) in computers memory for easy accessibility. Just as in algebra where you will have an equation like x + 2 = 4  where x represents a figure, so as in programming, there are ways to temporarily assign/store data into variable and access it anytime. Now lets go back to b4a. Before […]