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Apr 7 2016
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Dominik Schürmann and Lars Wolf, in an excellent blog post and pre-pub paper, points out a security flaw in many activities that have an ACTION_SEND <intent-filter>.
And you don’t even need Android N APIs!
Jasper Sprengers highlights Kotlin's new awesome killer features.
Simon Perčić describes what options do you have to inspect network responses when using Retrofit.
Do you know what version of your code crashes? Donn Felker does.
There are alternative ways for your project structure - create separate resource folder for every screen.
Gradle plugin to discover dependency updates.
OkHttp mockwebserver with fixtures extension.
A library to add Feature-Toggle capability to your Android app.
in situations where an Intent results in long-running work, you need to find an efficient way to offload that to a different thread. Say hello to IntentServices!
Break larger blocks of work in smaller threads like a pro.
This class provides access to a RenderScript context, which controls RenderScript initialization, resource management, and teardown.
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