Infinum #AndroidSweets - weekly dev newsletter
Mar 17 2016
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Hannes Dorfmann writes down his thoughts about Model-View-Intent architecture on Android.
Matt Galligan shares his learnings about how to provide better user experience when asking your users for feedbacks and ratings.
Gradle is slow - Oleg Šelajev shares few tip&tricks about how to speed up your builds.
Model the presentation layer can be hard, but with some tips it will be easier to understand what belongs to presentation and what not.
Everybody's talking about Kotlin nowadays, learn how to use it in combination with Anko to get out of Android's Java 6 purgatory.
Lollipop introduced support for animations in the form of the transitions framework, which allows us to animate transitions between Activities and Fragments. Learn how to use them in fragment transitions!
A simple watchdog that detects Android ANR (Application Not Responding) error and throws a meaningful exception.
Gradle Plugin to upload your APK and metadata to the Google Play Store.
Response logging interceptor for OkHttp. Logs a url link with url-encoded response for every OkHttp call.
Infinum Android talks are back! After 3 months of chilling, we’re hosted a new round of your favorite Android Talks.
Android N developer preview was released last week, take a quick look at it's shiny new features and concepts.
This panel discussion was part of a "Square Presents" event from February 18th, 2016.
A convenient BackupAgent wrapper class that automatically manages heterogeneous data sets within the backup data, each identified by a unique key prefix.
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