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Dec 8 2016
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Saving Data: Reducing the size of App Updates by 65%
App Updates using File-by-File patching are, on average, 65% smaller than the full app, and in some cases more than 90% smaller.
Skip several tasks in Gradle quickly
Sometimes we need to build our project without a particular task, like lint, test or findbugs. Other times we just want to improve our gradle build time by skipping long running tasks.
Keep your device screen on smartly
Ideally, when you user is looking at the screen, your application should prevent the device screen from turning off.
Adventures with FragmentStatePagerAdapter
A lot of Android developers are confused or don’t even know about the difference between FragmentPagerAdapter and FragmentStatePagerAdapter.
Web Sockets now shipping in OkHttp 3.5!
Stream fully bi-directional messages between your client and server.
WTF, Android SDK? Part II: Why you no crash?
WTF, Android SDK is a series about small but significant deviations from the way you’d expect things to work when programming for Android.
Gradle static analysis plugin
Easy setup of static analysis tools for Android and Java projects.
Android library to handle jobs in the background.
Developer Platform engineering with Ty Smith
In this episode we talk to Ty Smith about all things Developer Platform.
Class of the week
Contains usage statistics for an app package for a specific time range.
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