Infinum #AndroidSweets - weekly dev newsletter
Feb 25 2016
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Saúl Molinero describes whether launch screens are necessary or not, how to use them and how to go provide better user experience of onboarding to our users.
First part of blog post series about how to shrink your APKs size, by Wojtek Kaliciński.
Reto Meier talks about how building apps the wrong way can be the right way.
Jeremie Martinez presents 3 unit tests whose goal is to avoid bad surprises by focusing on key aspects of an Android application: Permissions, shared preferences and SQLite database
IntelliJ/AndroidStudio plugin which provides a button to connect your Android device over WiFi to install, run and debug your applications without a USB connected.
Track activities; getCurrentActivity, check whether application is running or not, finish all activities, and so on.
Check out what's new in Android Support Library 23.2 in this short video, published on official Android developers Youtube channel.
The BatteryManager class contains strings and constants used for values in the ACTION_BATTERY_CHANGED Intent, and provides a method for querying battery and charging properties.
Newsletter content curated by Zeljko from Infinum Android Team.