| Prefekt – Api Design
In this post, Mark Allison looks at the API design of his new library, Prefekt, and shows how some features of Kotlin help to create a very clean API.
This article calls out some backward-incompatible changes Google plans to make to the cryptographic capabilities in Android P, which you can see in the developer preview.
Each time Google releases a new developer preview, Mark Murphy rummages through the changes to see if there are things that warrant more attention from developers.
In this article, Joe Birch dives into Localizing your Actions on Google tools to allow us to achieve these things.
| Introducing scrcpy
Romain Vimont developed an application to display and control Android devices connected to USB. Here's some insight into how he built the various features.
Generics can often seem confusing. The good news is that there are some simple, foundational concepts that underpin generic variance that Dave Leed presents here.
Don't have any tests in your app? Don't know where to start? Donn Felker brings you peace of mind by showing how to get started with your first test: the launch test.
Alex Lockwood is open sourcing an animation library that is a superset of Android’s VectorDrawable and AnimatedVectorDrawable classes: it can do everything they can do and more.
There are many parallels in these two languages, but in this article, Krzysztof Turek focuses on some aspects that make them different.
No more ifs? That sounds great! Well with Kotlin that is possible. But is it always a good idea? Let’s find out in the look at Kotlin language features by Maria Neumayer.
In the previous article, we setup Dagger2 with the minimal configuration. Now is the turn of Room, one the architecture components, regarding local persistency.
| Good to great UI animation tips
Here are some practical suggestions by Pablo Stanley to improve your UI micro-interactions.
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Kyrie is a superset of Android's VectorDrawable and AnimatedVectorDrawable classes: it can do everything they can do and more.
This application provides display and control of Android devices connected via USB. It does not require any root access. It works on GNU/Linux, Windows and MacOS
This IntelliJ/Android Studio plugin lets you insert a name for a color you copy-paste or type in an Android resource file.
An Android, Arduino, and TensorFlow powered AI bot.
| Previewing Android P
Google has released the first developer preview of Android P. You can play with new features like indoor positioning, a brand new multi-camera API, ImageDecoder for bitmaps and drawables, and a whole lot more.
OpenWatch is an Android Oreo-based OS for smartwatches in collaboration with Team Carbon and LineageOS.
Google has released Developer Preview 7 (DP7) of Android Things, Google's platform that enables Android developers to create Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Europe’s imminent privacy overhaul means that we all have to become more diligent about what data we collect, how we collect it, and what we do with it.
| What's New in the Android P Preview
Dan Galpin covers highlights from the first Android P preview
In this episode, Kaushik looks at 3 important Kotlin keywords – inline, noinline and crossinline.
Setting out to build IoT devices is exciting, but If you're like me and haven't worked much with hardware, electronics or peripheral I/O, then it can seem a little intimidating. Nate Ebel gives a short intro.
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