After President Trump’s ban of Huawei, there seem to be less alternatives on the market than ever before. Protectionism of any kind could not be of any good for anyone.
Android has given us the possibility to access to mobile computing at a cheap price, have different prices combined with a good variety of models with different features. It is a standard and it’s free for all of us.
But what if we put global economy into the picture? The result is that we’ll all have to switch our preferences when it comes to mobile phones.
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Whether you are an experienced developer and want to enhance your career, or a newbie, passionate about programming and want to make a living and find job opportunities in the field of software development, take into consideration what I have to say to you.
It may seem nothing, this little gift I intend to share with you, but trust me, it is the result of many years of experience and work in the tech field, so please take a moment to listen to me.
The Twitter API is one of which I love the most. Its simplicity and richness of functionalities make it a worthwhile experience for a programmer to do.
First and foremost you need to import the library into your Java project, you can do it with Eclipse via Maven, or you can use your preferred IDE, you can also import the library in your Android application through Gradle. Here is how to do it: