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In this article, Lucas Urbas showcases a classic design pattern – Master/Detail. He goes from Material design mockups to the actual code needed.
Rafael Toledo continues his introductory series, This post is about the res folder, found in path app/src/main/res.
Android Developer Advocate Wojtek Kaliciński shares some tips & tricks to keeping track of your APK file size.
Continuous integration with CircleCI and UI testing with Firebase.
Xavi Rigau takes a look at what it takes to write a new peripherals driver for Android Things.
In this blog post Hannes Dorfmann continues the journey towards “Reactive Apps” by introducing the Model-View-Intent pattern to build Reactive Apps.
Mark Allison turns attention towards creating the weather station app by looking at how to display the temperature using the Four 14-segment alphanumeric displays on the Rainbow HAT.
Before making a decision to split code base by feature, or by layer to possibly improve build times, Nikita Kozlov decided to experiment and collect some data and share the results.
In this post, the Philosophical Hacker highlights some Android-specific code seams that we can leverage to make our applications more testable and flexible.
A collection of useful RxJava 2.X classes
The usual toast, but with added capabilities
Unofficial Google Actions Java SDK - for Android engineers and all Java lovers
Fabric is moving to Google, into the Firebase product.
ntelliJ/AndroidStudio plugin which provides a button to connect your Android device over WiFi to install, run and debug your applications without a USB connected.
Roman Nurik has released a major update to his Android Asset Studio tool.
This post is about working with code that lives in many separate code repositories, while still being productive and efficient in the process!
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