Design it. Build it. Publish it.
Ridesharing is increasing in popularity. The concept is simple: Get from point A to point B while using someone else's car, bike or scooter. In this tutorial series, we'll focus on cars, but the principles for building for another type of transport remain.
First, we need to build the login screen. I've already created a login screen in another course, so I won't cover that here.
We'll write the entire app in Kotlin and XML, so it will be native. While hybrid (or native) apps can have their appeal, it's typically not used on big projects. Native is the way to go, and away we will go.
At the end of this series, we'll publish the Android app to Google Play, the official app store for Android. Ready? Let's get started!
Getting started is sometimes the hardest part.