Articles & Tutorials
| How To Use Android Studio Like a Pro! |
Several useful pro tips for using Android Studio.
Reactive Programming is interesting (again) and there is a lot of noise about it at the moment, not all of which is very easy to understand for an outsider and simple Java developer. This article (the first in a series) might help to clarify your understanding of what the fuss is about.
This article continues the series on Reactive Programming, and concentrates on explaining some concepts through actual code samples.
An immutable class is just a simple class whose instances cannot be modified. Alexandru Simonescu shows why you would use them, and a couple different libraries that make it easier.
This post is a part of series of posts showing Dependency Injection with Dagger 2 framework in Android. This one takes a look at Multibinding and Autofactory and implements ViewHolder pattern with Dagger 2.
Now that you’ve learned the basic concepts of ConstraintLayout let’s turn attention to the visual editor to see how we can create constraints.
Slides from Jeroen Mols’ talk at Droidcon Berlin 2016
Mark Murphy takes a closer look at the changes in N Developer Preview 4
Jeroen Mols recaps his experience at Droidcon Berlin.
Philippe Breault shows how to implement the missing Application onStart() and onStop().
Mikhail Nakhimovich explores another type of performance optimization: APK size. A smaller APK results in faster resource lookup and faster reflection.
Multicasting is a key method for reducing duplicated work in RxJava. When you multicast an event, you send the same event to all downstream operators/subscribers.
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| Mobile UX Design: Product Screen |
There is no section in mobile app that is more critical for conversion than the product screen. This article discusses product screens and highlights a few important elements of each product screen .
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Libraries & Code
RxGroups lets you group RxJava Observables together in groups and tie them to your Android lifecycle. This is especially useful when used with Retrofit
| Android N APIs are now final |
Google has released the 4th Developer Preview of Android N, including the Android N final SDK. Now it’s time to get your Apps in shape for Android N.
Videos & Podcasts
In this show the Fragmented crew talks with embedded technology expert and all round super smart AndroidDev Dave Smith a.k.a the wonderful devunwired.
Eugenio Marletti’s & Sebastiano Poggi’s presentation on fragments from MCE^3 conference.
| Talks from Droidcon Berlin 2016 |
You’ve missed the Droidcon Berlin 2016? No problem! Just click your way through all the talks, featuring "Say Kotlin one more time", "Screenshot your entire App", "Unittesting without Robolectric", "Toothpick and Dependency injection" and many, many more!
In this lesson you will learn how to enable offline cache in Retrofit (via OkHttp) so that your application can work in a disconnected environment.
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