Tutorial: Android application programming using Python

Have you ever thought about developing android applications using Python? The Android universe is built primarily using Java, Kotlin and Flutter so there is not much room for Python, or that's what we thought.

Python has found its way into all domains like: artificial intelligence, automation, big data, artificial vision and many more, and Android is no different.

In this series of articles, we will see how to configure the required environment, the basics of developing an Android application, refer to documentation and how to move forward with your projects.

Kivy is a free and open source Python framework for developing mobile apps and other multi-touch application software with a natural user interface..

It is distributed under the terms of the MIT license and can be run on Android, iOS, GNU / Linux, macOS and Windows.

It is written in Python and Cython, and most of the main developers are from Russia.

In this tutorial we will see the easiest way to install Kivy, fix possible problems with the library, design the interfaces and program all the functionality, in addition to being able to test our finished application.

You will learn to create menus, interact with the screen and elements in addition to being able to display and receive user data.

To access the tutorial select one of the following links below:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

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