While Android supports most Java language features, it doesn’t support every API that Java provides. On the other hand, Kotlin multiplatform only allows sharing code across all targets (commonMain), not a subset of targets (commonJvm).
In Android 12 we’re making the OS smarter, easier to use, and better performing, with privacy and security at the core. We’re also working to give you new tools for building great experiences for users, whether they’re using phones, laptops, tablets, TVs, or cars.
I’ve worked on teams that use many repositories and teams that put everything into a giant monorepo. But no matter how much code we jam into git, there’s always something else on the outside. Gradle’s includeBuild() feature smashes multiple projects together into one. Recently I used it…
This video is part one of two-video series, in which I'll show you how to create a very simple Android Studio plugin that interacts with connected devices and toggles one of the developer options - Show layout bounds.
SMS text messages were already the weakest link securing just about anything online, mainly because there are tens of thousands of employees at mobile stores who can be tricked or bribed into swapping control over a mobile phone number to someone else.