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The MotionLayout widget allows you to animate its contents declaratively using just XML. In this tutorial, Ashraff Hathibelagal shows you how to add it to your Android Studio projects and create a few different animations with it.
Ataul Munim discovered something about using 'when' in Kotlin, and a new trick he learned related to it from the open source Plaid project.
Not only can anything in Android Studio be controlled with a keyboard shortcut, it offers many more simple tricks to make you more productive. Jeroen Mols wraps up this series with some additional shortcuts.
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Here are some tips from Ogunyeiwa Sodiq Opeyemi to becoming a Google Certified Associate Android Developer.
Mark Allison continues building a maintainable, testable, layered weather app to demonstrate a well-architected app.
This article shows you how to add Continuous Integration (CI) with tests, a code coverage report, and to display CI and coverage reports in the README.md file of the project.
In this blog post, David Schreiber-Ranner introduces Kotlin in yet another area of Android development: Gradle build scripts.
In this article Stephen Samuel covers how to write data-driven tests using the KotlinTest library while also introducing some nice extra features.
One tool to implement some of the reactive concepts is LiveData. This blog post by Jose Alcérreca will help you avoid traps and use some patterns to help you build a more reactive architecture using LiveData.
In this post by Prem Nirmal you'll learn how to leverage Kotlins property delegation to eliminate null checks in Fragments when dealing with lifecycle events.
In this introductionary blog post by Alexander Minkin you'll learn how to use the event bus library. There are more popular event buses (like Otto or EventBus from Greenrobot) in Android country but this one has been written in and especially for Kotlin.
A code generating implementation of Cucumber testing for Android
A flexible and comprehensive testing tool for Kotlin.
Jake Wharton's Android app and Chrome extension for searching the Android SDK documentation written in Kotlin.
Simple and sane Retrofit LiveData request library for Kotlin. Propagate errors to the parent fragment/activity without losing your sanity.
Simple and light-weight event dispatcher for Kotlin
Android Studio 3.2 Beta 4 is now available in the Beta channel.
Updating your games to target the latest API level ensures that your users can benefit from these improvements, while still allowing your games to run on older Android versions.
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