Return to OpenCV for Android Tutorials List In the previous tutorial, you learnt about the file structure of OpenCV SDK for Android. Now, we will learn the packages which are available for us to use in OpenCV SDK for Android. At the end of this tutorial, you will definitely know what OpenCV for android has to offer. … Continue reading Learning the Packages of OpenCV SDK for Android
Return to OpenCV for Android Tutorials List In this tutorial, you will learn about the file structure of OpenCV SDK for Android. The information here is very short and lacks details. My purpose here is to provide just enough information to get going with the rest of the tutorials. I highly recommend reading more about the … Continue reading OpenCV SDK for Android File Structure
Return to OpenCV for Android Tutorials List In this tutorial, you will learn which tools to download for creating your OpenCV project in Android Studio if you follow this tutorial series 🙂 Download and install Android Studio from HERE. Make sure that it is working. Download OpenCV for Android SDK from HERE. Demonstration of SDK download. Basically, … Continue reading OpenCV for Android: Download Required Software
Return to OpenCV for Android Tutorials List Welcome to the beginning of the OpenCV for Android (OpenCV4Android) tutorial series. Before we start, you must know that this series expects you to know: Basics of Java XML Computer Vision Object Orient Programming concepts Know how to use Android Studio Know how to make and install an … Continue reading Android OpenCV Pre-requisites
This post is specifically for a problem whose solution is usually hard to find (at least now). The solution is at the end. Basically, the problem lies in the referencing method being used to make reference towards the current activity. The solution is to make the referencing dynamic. Read below for solution with code example. Problem … Continue reading Android: How to fix “null object reference” error (with code)
In the previous tutorial, you you learnt how to remove the "index.php" from URL. Now, we are ready for the "Hello World!" complete with code. GOALS! In this tutorial, we will learn CodeIgniter 3 MVC by making a Hello World! program, complete with database, introduction to CRUD operations, form, switching pages and code. We will cover a LOT in this … Continue reading CodeIgniter 3 – Create your own Hello World with simple form and database!
In the previous tutorial, you learnt about the purpose of each and every folder in the "/application/" folder of your web applicaiton. This is a short tutorial in which you will learn how to get rid of the "index.php" from the URL of your web application using a .htaccess file. Problem In a default installation of CodeIgniter 3, … Continue reading CodeIgniter 3.0.1 Tutorial 3 – Getting Rid of “index.php” from URL (with download)
Back to CodeIgniter Tutorials In the previous tutorial, you learn how CodeIgniter is downloaded, installed, and viewed the welcome screen to make sure that it worked. In this tutorial. you understand how the the purpose and working of \application folder in your CodeIgniter project. This tutorial is meant to be simple to understand so that new users of … Continue reading Tutorial 2 – CodeIgniter 3.0.1 Understanding application folder structure
Back to CodeIgniter Tutorials This is the first part of CodeIgniter 3 tutorials. CodeIgniter 3.0 introduced a lot of upgrades over 2.x versions of CodeIgniter. Users who wish to upgrade to CodeIgniter 3 may have to perform changes as mentioned here in the official CodeIgniter 3.0 documentation. Here are my Tutorials for CodeIgniter: CodeIgniter 3 Tutorials … Continue reading CodeIgniter 3 Tutorial 1: Download, Installation, Introduction and Welcome!
Designing a website requires an artist to be able to program in multiple languages. That person has to learn multiple languages and frameworks to be able to design like a boss! Such nonsense! This is 2015 and all you need is the Mobirise software on your desktop and you will be ready to go! Now I … Continue reading Review and Tutorial: Mobirise! A FREE WYSIWYG Responsive website editor is out!