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May 5 2016
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In this blog post we will look at implementing your own custom file template in order to save you from looking up the same code time and time again.
Statics are global state, and are an indicator of bad architecture. They start out as nice little helpers, but end up as horrific Singletons. Lets fix this.
Alexandru Simonescu provides a brief intro into persistence on Android by using SqlDelight library by Square.
Fourth article in a five-part series of posts covering the SOLID Principles by Donn Felker.
Many libraries and SDKs cause major startup delays and other performance issues. Nimbledroid tried to measure them.
A library that allows you to enable/disable features and/or part of code regarding a Context.
Comparison between Java, Groovy, Scala, Kotlin in Android Development.
Betwixt is an Android library that aims to provide a unified composable API for animation Interpolators, both provided already by the platform and for new ones provided by the community.
In this episode, Donn and Kaushik look at the Android N developer preview. They highlight the biggest changes that you as an Android Developer should keep an eye out for.
Donn Felker shares lessons learned from having 2 apps in the top free category on Google Play.
Class to create apps with robust "send-to-sync", which is the mechanism to sync data with servers where new information is available.
Newsletter content curated by Zeljko from Infinum Android Team.