Connect Nearby Devices Part 2: Local Networking Android

This post will show you how to create an Android app that can run on multiple nearby devices and connect them via a local network. This is part 2 of a larger tutorial that will explain how you can connect an app to other instances of the same app running on multiple devices and platforms.

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Connect Nearby Devices Part 1: Local Networking iOS

Want to create an app that connects to nearby devices running the same app and is able to share data without going over the internet? So did I, but I had a hard time finding a good source of information online to teach me how to do that. In this series I’m going to explain how to create an app that can connect many devices running iOS or Android and share data between them.

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Build a static site with Jekyll

Want to build an awesome static site like the one you are visiting right now? This post will explain step by step how I built this blog with Jekyll, installed a custom theme and hosted it on the web with GitHub pages.

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Hello World

Tonight I am deploying this Jekyll powered blog to GitHub pages and setting up my domain.

This blog is a place for me to share things I have learned with the world, to document my coding experiments and side project and to serve as my about page on the web.

I remember fondly internet 1.0 when personal webpages were in vogue. At that time I was learning about HTML and was facinated with the technology. As a kid I never really knew where to go from there. Now that blogs are a “must have” for anyone wanting to be present on the web, I realize that I should have valued my little personal web page just as much as any other website I visited.

This is going to be the page I always wanted to build.