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Aug 17 2017
Why Not RxLifecycle?
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Why Not RxLifecycle?
Dan Lew is pulling back from using his own creation.
Loading Large Bitmaps Efficiently in Android
Loading large bitmaps into memory is always a pain.
The Case Against Kotlin
Ryan Cooke writes in-depth about the challenges Android developers will likely face with Kotlin and offers solutions.
How to change the language on Android at runtime and don’t go mad
The topic is old as the hills, but still is being actively discussed among developers due to frequent API and behavior changes. The goal of this post is to gather all tips and address all pitfalls while implementing this functionality.
The Trouble With ClickableSpan
Mark Allison demystifies ClickableSpan
Bringing smooth animation transitions to Android
David Ganster writes about the
AdditiveAnimation Android library
and how it drastically improved the feel of his apps without any significant code changes.
Iterable Extensions for Java 6+.
The best videos from the Android community and beyond.
Jerrell Mardis: Running conferences
During Google I/O, Jerrell chats with Chiu-Ki about running Chicago Roboto to bring an Android conference to the midwest, its challeges and rewards.
Class of the week
Utility class for constructing synthetic back stacks for cross-task navigation on Android 3.0 and newer.
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