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Jan 28 2016
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Danylo Volokh describes into details how to implement Facebook-like video playback in the list.
Nobody likes "m" in variable names. Especially Jake Wharton.
Let's face it - we still use Serializable interface for our Models. Developer Phil describes why Parcelable is much better solution.
Programmers tend to be pretty obsessive over consistency. Most of that consistency is worthwhile, but some of it is foolish.
Android custom view and progress for music player.
Android Studio plugin to get information about the number of methods on Android libraries.
Base skeleton structure to start every new project, based on the design patters suggested by Robert C. Martin (aka Uncle Bob) on his clean architecture.
Jake Wharton's talk about advanced development with Kotlin.
The Settings provider contains global system-level device preferences.
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