How to Create a Quotes App with Android Quotes Pro App (Authors, Categories) v1.2.1
If you are looking for a way to create a quotes app for Android, you might want to check out the Android Quotes Pro App (Authors, Categories) v1.2.1 by viaviwebtech. This app is a full-featured solution that allows you to easily manage and display quotes from different categories and authors. You can also customize the app's theme color, dark mode, push notifications, and ads.
In this article, we will show you how to use the Android Quotes Pro App (Authors, Categories) v1.2.1 to create your own quotes app in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Download and Install the App Source Code
The first step is to download and install the app source code from CodeCanyon[^1^]. You will get the full Android source code, the PHP code of the server side, the documentation with screenshots, and the PSD design files.
After downloading the zip file, extract it and open the Android Studio project folder. You will see the app's package hierarchy and the gradle files. You can also open the PHP folder to see the admin panel code and the JSON service files.
Step 2: Configure the App Settings
You can also change the theme color of the app by editing the colors.xml file in the same folder. You can choose any color you like for the primary color, accent color, status bar color, etc.
If you want to enable dark mode for your app, you can edit the boolean.xml file in the res/values folder and set the value of isDarkModeEnabled to true.
Step 3: Set Up the Push Notifications and Ads
The Android Quotes Pro App (Authors, Categories) v1.2.1 supports push notifications via One Signal and ads via Admob, Facebook, StartApp/StartIO, Applovin Max and Wortise. You can enable or disable these features by editing the boolean.xml file in the res/values folder.
To set up push notifications, you need to create an account on One Signal and get your app ID and sender ID. Then you need to paste these values in the strings.xml file in the res/values folder.
To set up ads, you need to create accounts on Admob, Facebook Audience Network, StartApp/StartIO, Applovin Max and Wortise and get your ad unit IDs for banner ads, interstitial ads and native ads. Then you need to paste these values in the strings.xml file in the res/values folder.
Step 4: Upload Your Quotes Data
The last step is to upload your quotes data to your server. You can do this by using the admin panel that comes with the app source code. You need to upload the PHP files from the PHP folder to your server and create a database with the name quotes_pro_db.
Then you need to import the quotes_pro_db.sql file from the SQL folder to your database. This will create all the necessary tables for your app.
After that, you can access your admin panel by visiting yourdomain.com/admin/. The default username and password are admin/admin. You can change them later from the settings page.
From your admin panel, you can easily add categories and authors for your quotes. You can also add quotes with category wise and author wise. You can edit and delete any data as well.
That's it! You have successfully created a quotes app with Android Quotes Pro App (Authors, Categories) v1.2.1. You can now test your app on your device or emulator and see how it works.
If you have any questions or issues with the app source code or configuration, you can contact viaviwebtech via their Code aa16f39245