Infinum #AndroidSweets - weekly dev newsletter
Mar 10 2016
Hello everyone, you're reading the Infinum Android Weekly, bringing you the latest Android related news straight to your inbox every week.
Big news - Google announced a Developer Preview of the N release of Android! New features for developers are highlighted on the official Android development web.
Josip Marković talks about Magic Constants, which can be used as alternative to enums. Because #perfmatters!
Reflection can very often be the source of significant slowdown within an Android application. Anton Krasov explains what's happening under the hood through a couple of real-life examples.
Eugenio Marletti lists a collection of overlooked/misunderstood/forgotten concepts that are essential to grasp in order to master the subject.
One of the nicest features of OkHttp is its caching mechanism. In this post Damian Petla goes through all relevant steps in caching and explains how it works.
Makes fingerprint encryption a breeze.
Crowdfunding app concept for Android. Created to showcase new trends in Android development with strong focus on Material Design.
Pierre-Yves Ricau talks about understanding how Dependency Injection libraries work by building one in a couple minutes.
John Rodriguez highlights how and why the Square's Register team incrementally migrated their Android app to Dagger 2.
Represents the capabilities of a network. This is used both to specify needs to ConnectivityManager and when inspecting a network.
Newsletter content curated by Zeljko from Infinum Android Team.