Hi, I am Vaaiibhav

A TechnoSage on the Holy Pilgrim of Techknowledge

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A little intro

I am a Freelancer and Founder of three startups. I love to code and develop new projects so i founded this blog to share my knowledge. Although there are a lots of tutorials on the internet, but none of them are for Newbies, and sound extremely complicated and are fragmented. So it had always been a pain for me to learn something new, hence i took up the crusade on my own to guide knowledgeseekers to their destination, i.e. On my Blog i will help you to start as a total fresher and at the end you will have completely become the master in it. Also every now and then, there always appear new bugs and issues that last long to eradicate, I will also help you to overcome those. So Stay Connected and get onboard for the voyage….

Technologies


Lets take a brief look on the technologies we will cover

Android

Web

WordPress

Windows

Servers

Cloud Apps

Embedded

Robotics

A.I & Computer Vision

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Advanced Robotics
Downloading Android Studio and Installation

Download Android Studio from the following URL: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html The download comes in two flavors, SDK Tools only and Android Studio Packages. You want to download the Android Studio Package for your operation system.   2.4. Installation of Android Studio Installation for Windows is simple, just launch the .exe you downloaded. On Max OSX drag and drop Android Studio into the Applications folder. On Linux unpack the downloaded ZIP file into an […]

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System requirements

Development for Android can be done on a reasonably sized computer. For a nice experience a modern computer is recommended, for example, a 2.6 GHz CPU with at least 8 GB of memory. An SSD speeds up the start of the Android emulator significantly. 2.2. Requirements for using Linux The Android SDK is 32-bit, therefore on a 64-bit Linux system you need to have the package ia32-libs installed. For Ubuntu you can […]

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Conversion process from source code to Android application

The Java source files are converted to Java class files with the Java compiler. The android SDK contains a tool known as dx that converts Java class files into a .dex (Dalvik Executable) file. All class files of the application are placed in this .dex file. throughout this conversion process redundant information within the class files are optimized within the .dex file. as an example, if an equivalent String is […]

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How to develop Android applications

Android applications are primarily written within the Java programming language. During development the developer creates the android specific configuration files and writes the application logic within the Java programming language. The android development tooling converts these application files into an android application. If the developer trigger the deployment, the entire android application is compiled, packaged, deployed and probably started. The android software Development Kit (Android SDK) and the Gradle tooling […]

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Introduction to Android

1. Introduction into development of Android applications 1.1. The Android operating system Android is an operating system based on the Linux kernel. The project liable for developing the android system is termed the android Open source Project (AOSP) and it lead by Google. This android operating system is divided into the four areas as delineated in the following graphic. An android application developer usually works with the two layers on top to make new android applications. The Android Framework is as above   1.1.a Linux Kernel The first layer and the simplest one is the kernel, the complete operating system builds on top of it. The most recent version of android (Nougat7.0) is constructed on top of the Linux kernel. The kernel has 2 main jobs. The primary job […]

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Android Application Programming with Android Studio

3. Exercise: Getting started with Android Studio In this exercise you create an Android project and start it on an Android virtual device. 3.1. Welcome to the Android Studio. This is the first step after installing the Android Studio. Given below is the screenshot for the same. 3.2. Create a new Android project. Then it generates a new project. Name it as whatever you’re working on with it.   3.3. […]

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Raw Chroma evaluation and Raw Pitch evaluation Codes in Matlab

The Following code is employed in Matlab to extract the Raw Pitch evaluation and also the Raw chroma evaluation… Raw Pitch evaluation and Raw chroma evaluation are the measures which are used for Mirex DataSet’s that are used for Media data Retrieval Techniques. The evaluation based on these 2 provides us information which then can be Compared by the evaluation Results database online on Mirex Sites so as to trace […]

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