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Feb 18 2016
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Michael Evans describes how to use Dagger 1 (or Dagger Classic) with Kotlin.
Learn about the new Android permission model to understand associated problems and some solutions that you can implement in your application.
César Ferreira shares 30 tips & tricks about Android development based on his own experience.
Aleks Haecky uncoveres four widely held beliefs about performance tuning that are simply not true.
SQLDelight generates Java models from your SQL CREATE TABLE statements. These models give you a typesafe API to read & write the rows of your tables.
APK parser for Android
App Standby is an idle mode that the system can place your app in if it hasn’t been active in a while. And while this may sound scary, don’t panic. Because other than testing your app, I’ll bet you a dollar that this ruins nothing.
SpellCheckerService provides an abstract base class for a spell checker. This class combines a service to the system with the spell checker service interface that spell checker must implement.
Newsletter content curated by Zeljko from Infinum Android Team.