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Oct 6 2016
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The CommonsBlog — In Split-Screen, Not All HOMEs Are Created Equal
Multi-window modes, such as split-screen on mobile devices, are shaping up to be a never-ending source of unfortunate behaviour in edge cases.
Extension functions are not utility functions
Dmitry Suzdalev describes why extension functions are not a replacement for all utility functions.
Dealing with Pirated App Users
Stephan Schult writes about how to detect pirated app instals.
RecyclerView: How we achieved 60 FPS in Workable’s Android App (tips)
Have you ever analysed you RecyclerView's performance? Learn how to achieve magic 60 FPS, because #perfmatters.
Android animations powered by RxJava
The purpose of this post is to show you how to combine RxJava features with animations on Android to create a great user interface without a lot of nested code.
Fast Android Networking
A Complete Fast Android Networking Library that also support HTTP/2.
Fork of Dexmaker project, with support for Mockito 2.1.0
Java programming may involve a bit of boiler plate code, but by processing annotated source code, you can make Java easier to deal with.
Quick Settings Tiles
Learn about Quick Settings Tile, a new way for apps to add quick access to critical and/or frequent user actions.
Class of the week
Dash the drawn path by stamping it with the specified shape.
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