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Jun 2 2016
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Some of my favorite Kotlin features (that we use a lot in Basecamp)
Team Android at Basecamp recently passed a fairly big milestone — over 25% of the Basecamp 3 Android app code base now runs on Kotlin! 🎉
First Impressions of Android’s new ConstraintLayout
After Google IO, the Android GDE team got together to gather our thoughts about the most significant announcements from the conference. This is a summary of our thoughts about the new ConstraintLayout.
Introducing Bourbon: Dribbble, Android, MVP and a Common-Code Module
Joe Birch describes how to reuse your presenters when creating applications for more than just Mobile devices.
Eight Ways Your Android App Can Leak Memory
New blog post from Nimbledroid - common ways how your Android apps can leak memory and how to avoid them.
Building a Responsive UI in Android
Ian Lake shares his thoughts about building responsive UI in your Android applications.
An Android library that prevents your app from being pirated / cracked using Google Play Licensing (LVL), APK signature protection and more. API 8+ required.
A scope tree based Dependency Injection (DI) library for Java.
UI testing with Espresso - Android Testing Patterns #2
Second part of new web series about Android testing patterns, by Wojtek Kaliciński.
043: Google IO (Part 2)
In Part 2 of our Google IO special we continue asking some simple questions to the best AndroidDev today.
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