Want to build an Android app? Keep reading.
Recently, I came across PraneethVT’s Reddit post about how he built his first Android mobile app – a GPA calculator.
Seeing that he is a relative newbie to the programming world, I thought diving deeper into how he built his first app would be perfect for Learn to Code With Me.
Here’s a little bit about PraneethVT before we get started.
- He is a computer engineering college major
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