Android debug tools
Ihor Kucherenko shares his experience of usage different debugging tools, starting with Android debug tools.
In this article, Prasant Barahi shows how we can implement a circular reveal during opening and closing of a fragment — in a clean way.
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While Mark Murphy agrees that the Storage Access Framework API has issues, he shares some points that show how minimal the impact will be for most apps.
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Mark Murphy reviews where we are now with regards to external storage in Q beta 4, with another set of fictionally-asked questions.
Mark Allison shares his experiences with burnout so that it might help others who are unfortunate enough to be experiencing it as well, and offer insights in to something which can affect us all irrespective how good or experienced you are at your job.
Are you using kapt with Dagger, Glide, or Room? Daniel Novak shows how you can make your project build much faster by enabling incremental annotation processing.
Kurtis Kemple shows how you can now sign up users to your Android apps without having to write a line of authentication code, using AWS Amplify.
Jake Lee Shows what 9-patch images are and how to create and use then in your app.
Barry Bryant shows how Fastlane, a tool to automate all of various repetitive tasks from building and testing to notifying our teammates and deploying to Google Play, can be integrated into your project.
Robert Konarskis believes that it is a good time to start thinking about covering your apps with automated tests, and in this post he shares his findings with you.
In this article Andrea Bizzotto shows how to implement a simple authentication flow in Flutter, in less than 100 lines of code.
Ash Davies provides an extensive overview of the history and appropriate use of Kotlin Coroutines vs RxJava.
Kotlin Flows are designed to enable such modularization, so let us see how they behave with respect to an execution context.
In this blog post you will learn how to use pairs and triples in Kotlin.
Class Delegation in Kotlin is another powerful tool to add to your belt, and this blog post by Adam Bennett gives you some ideas as to where this might be useful in your own codebase.
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An annotation processor generates Gson TypeAdapter from Kotlin Data Classes
Kotlin Coroutines based MVI architecture library for Android
Google has made it lot easier to see what the latest version of each AndroidX library is with a new table, as well as links to release notes for each version.
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