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Latest Issue

Mobile-logo-1 Mobile-logo-2 #211
June 26th, 2016

Articles & Tutorials

 
link image   Interfaces for presenters in MVP are a waste of time! (blog.karumi.com)

This discussion is about whether creating an interface for the Presenter in MVP is really needed.

 
Improving Stability Private C/C++ Symbol Restrictions in Android N (android-developers.blogspot.com)

As documented in the Android N behavioral changes, to protect Android users and apps from unforeseen crashes, Android N will restrict which libraries your C/C++ code can link against at runtime.

 
Presentation Model and Passive View in MVP (medium.com)

As we all know a good programmer is the one who can propose good separation of concerns, so the code is readable and understandable by anyone.

 
No More findViewById (medium.com)

One of the features of developing an Android application with Android Studio is data binding. The most basic thing you get is elimination of findViewById!

 
Snazzy git blaming (www.zdominguez.com)

Zarah Dominguez gets fancy with git history.

 
Vice: A Regression Test Generation Library (www.philosophicalhacker.com)

The Philosophical Hacker introduces Vice, a recent library that helps to reduce the burden of writing regression tests.

 
ConstraintLayout – Part 4 (blog.stylingandroid.com)

In the last article Mark Allison looked at how to create constraints to position a widget relative to another or the parent ConstraintLayout, but he can also fine tune the size and positioning by using a few layout parameters on the child widgets

 
Auto-Initialize your Android Library (medium.com)

How to avoid manual initialization methods in your Android library. Automatically initialise your library with the app's context on start up.

 

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link image   PSPDFKit - The Industry Leading Mobile PDF Library (pspdfkit.com)

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link image   Hired is the best place to find engineering jobs (hired.com)

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Design

 
link image   Mobile App UX Design: Grid View For Products (uxplanet.org)

The thing that people really want is helpful information and they appreciate layouts which provide enough information for them to make a fully informed buying decision.

 
Android TV & Chill (medium.com)

A concept for what it would be like ordering fast-food on Android TV…

 

Jobs

 
Android Developer (Munich / Dachau / Germany)

OutBank is Germany’s largest independent banking app, that simplifies your finances by consolidating all accounts and transactions in one secure and smart app. We are searching for a skilled and talented Android Developer (m/f). Become part of a dynamic, international team.

 
Android Engineer at Microsoft (United States, San Francisco (CA) / New York (NY))

We’re looking for experienced Android engineers to come and help us reinvent email and calendar on mobile for millions of people. Based in SF or NY, you'd be part of the Outlook for Android team, building the best user experience out there alongside our server and design teams.

 

Libraries & Code

 
Quill (github.com)

Quill is the beautiful Android app for your Ghost blog.

 
EspressoDescendantActions (github.com)

Custom espresso actions for operating on descendant views such as children of a RecyclerView

 
DroidMVP (github.com)

Small Android library to help you incorporate MVP, Passive View and Presentation Model patterns in your app.

 

News

 
link image   Android Studio 2.2 Preview 4 Available (sites.google.com)

Preview 4 resolves the largest amount of bugs in the 2.2 release to date and includes some minor new features.

 

Tools

 
Android Plugin 2.1.0 DSL Reference (google.github.io)

This is the DSL reference for Android Gradle Plugin.

 

Videos & Podcasts

 
link image   Designing for Split-Screen Multi-Window (www.youtube.com)

Multi-window opens up a lot of new possibilities, but designing for split-screen multi-window starts with a responsive UI. With a few special considerations, you’ll have a great looking app.

 
Swisstem UI (androidbackstage.blogspot.com)

In this episode, Chet and Tor talk with Jorim Jaggi, Selim Cinek and Adrian Roos from the System UI team about all the "math-gic" behind the animations in Lollipop, Marshmallow and N.

 
5217 and Mutative Design (www.youtube.com)

Huyen chats with Liam Spradlin (Google Design Expert, podcaster, livestreamer, and mutator) about the 5217 app and mutative design.

 
Functional Programming (www.youtube.com)

While at Droidcon Italy, Huyen picks Benjamin Augustin's brain on functional programming.

 
Testing With Kotlin #2 (realm.io)

Spock maintainer Rob Fletcher demonstrates the current state of Kotlin testing frameworks by comparing it to Spek, JetBrains’s twist on a specification framework.

 
Testing With Kotlin #1 (realm.io)

Spek framework contributor Laura Kogler demonstrates the current state of Kotlin testing frameworks and discusses expected further advancements in testing support.

 
Custom Views and ViewGroups (caster.io)

An introduction to custom Views and ViewGroups, subclassing the View class, and performing completely custom drawing within that subclass.

 

Events

 
MobileOptimized 2016 (mo.dev.by)

MobileOptimized 2016 will be held on July 15-16 in Belarus! Early Bird tickets are already available! Main focus will be on Android and iOS development: applications architecture, test automation, Swift, Realm, Kotlin and more.

 
Take a look at our conferences list (androidweekly.net)

 

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