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ARTICLES & TUTORIALS

How not to become a public enemy - Part 1 (blog.karumi.com)

Here are some important tips to consider when creating an open source library.

How to Load Heavy Libraries on Splash Screen (szagurskii.com)

In this post Savelii Zagurskii showcases a solution for the situation where a developer has an external library which is very slow to load and initialize.

Connecting your App to a Wi-Fi Device (android-developers.blogspot.com)

Whether you’re building an app for a remote viewfinder, to set up a connected light bulb, or to control a quadcopter, if it’s Wi-Fi based you will need to connect to a hotspot that may not have Internet connectivity.

Hello, Ticker (medium.com)

The team at Robinhood open sourced their gorgeous ticker text control.

Diving into Doze Mode for Developers (www.bignerdranch.com)

This post covers Doze Mode in more detail, the changes that are coming with Android Nougat and what you can do to correctly adapt to Doze Mode.

MVVM + RxJava: Common Mistakes (upday.github.io)

MVVM + RxJava is a great formula for an app architecture making it scalable and maintainable. Here are a few lessons learned along the way.

Is your app Aware? (medium.com)

Roberto Orgiu examins the new Awareness API, which combines 7 different feeds managing both the battery drain and the used memory.

The evolution of the repository pattern (hannesdorfmann.com)

In this blog post Hannes Dorfmann gives you a brief history of the Repository Pattern and discusses why it could lead to over abstraction and over engineering.

Getting the most out of Crashlytics (medium.com)

With these three tips, we can obtain a greater ROI from our crash reporting implementation and gain more insights into the application.

RxJava SyncOnSubscribe (www.littlerobots.nl)

There's a trick to create() an observable that supports backpressure in a proper way. It turns out that there’s a helper class called SyncOnSubscribe that does this. But how do you use it?

A deep dive into Android View constructors (blog.danlew.net)

Dan Lew often sees confusion around Android View constructors. In this article he tries to answer all your questions.

Dagger 2 on production — reducing methods count (medium.com)

There are several articles that show how to start working with DI. Here Mirek Stanek shares his more advanced experiences with Dagger 2 after almost two years of having this in a production app.

Building a Reactive Mindset (upday.github.io)

Here’s another way of explaining reactive programming: this time with Donald Duck and his nephews.

ConstraintLayout – Part 8 (blog.stylingandroid.com)

Should we actually be using ConstraintLayout in “real” projects yet? The short answer is “No”, but firmness of that “No” is diminishing with each release.

Backpressure (stackoverflow.com)

David Karnok documents the meaning of backpressure in Reactive extensions.

LIBRARIES & CODE

Ticker (github.com)

ticker_main

An Android text view with scrolling text change animation

Ferro (github.com)

Simple and powerful MVP library for Android

NEWS

Improvements for smaller app downloads on Google Play (android-developers.blogspot.com)

improvements for smaller app downloads on google play

Google Play is investing in improvements to reduce the data that needs to be transferred for app installs and updates, while making data cost more transparent to users.

Final Developer Preview before Android 7.0 Nougat (android-developers.blogspot.com)

Google has released Developer Preview 5, the last milestone of this preview series.

 

         
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