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Latest Issue

Mobile-logo-1 Mobile-logo-2 #367
June 23rd, 2019

Articles & Tutorials

 
link image   Design for the Dark Theme (medium.com)

In this post Pierluigi Rufo describes how he adapted the design for the Dark Theme on an app.

 
Workout your tasks with WorkManager — Intro (medium.com)

This blog post by GDE Magda Miu is the first in a new series on WorkManager. She starts with an intro to background work management on Android, and where WorkManager fits in.

 
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Migrating to Room in the real world — Part 1 (proandroiddev.com)

In this series of articles, Sebastiano Gottardo & David Lazaro walk you through the process of migrating to Room from a different ORM.

 
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Lara's Q&A — vol. 1 (medium.com)

Professional developer Lara Martín answers some Questions about technology, Software Development and careers.

 
A practical LiveData example (itnext.io)

Ryan Godlonton-Shaw shows how LiveData and MutableData handle the way data is delivered to the UI with reactive updates and is a much better way to handle API data than before.

 
Announcing Envoy Mobile (eng.lyft.com)

Lyft engineer Matt Klein announces the preview release of Envoy Mobile, an iOS and Android client network library that brings the power of Envoy Proxy to mobile platforms.

 
Migrating to Gradle Kotlin DSL in 5 Simple Steps (www.inovex.de)

In this article Daniel Bälz shows you how to migrate your Groovy build script to Gradle Kotlin DSL in just five simple steps.

 
On project dependencies (medium.com)

Picking a dependency can be a tricky process. Ilian Konchev describes are few things that you should take into consideration.

 
I bet your RxJava is on the wrong thread (lorentzos.com)

Dionysis Lorentzos created some Rx puzzles to test how well you know RxJava's subscribeOn and observeOn. You will find all the answers at the bottom of the page.

 
Tintable Toolbar Things (zdominguez.com)

Zarah Dominguez spent a lot of time figuring out why toolbar icons were not being tinted -- and it all came down to one attribute.

 
HEIF Images (blog.stylingandroid.com)

In this post Mark Allison takes a look at what HEIF images are, and explains a little about the benefits that it might offer.

 
Exploring Android Jetpack: Preferences (joebirch.co)

Android Jetpack houses what is known as the Preference Library. Joe Birch takes a dive into Preferences so that we can see what is available and how we can implement it into our applications.

 

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Quora's mobile apps are critical platforms for sharing and growing the world's knowledge to millions of users. We are looking for Android engineers who are excited about both building user-facing product and designing and implementing abstractions to scale mobile development across the company.

 
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Libraries & Code

 
link image   Envoy Mobile (envoy-mobile.github.io)

Envoy Mobile brings the power and consistency of Envoy Proxy to the iOS and Android platforms, providing a ubiquitous API and abstraction for mobile application networking.

 
PrimeDatePicker (github.com)

PrimeDatePicker is a date picker tool which provides picking a single day in addition to a range of days.

 

Videos & Podcasts

 
Kotlin Lambda Expressions Part 1 (fragmentedpodcast.com)

In this episode, Donn talks about Kotlin Lambda Expressions.

 
link image   mDevCamp 2019 (slideslive.com)

Videos of presentations from mDevCamp 2019

 
Retrofit Caching Example and Why it SUCKS (www.youtube.com)

In this video CodingWithMitch talks about Retrofit caching and why (in his opinion) you shouldn't use it.

 

Specials

 
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Events

 
droidcon comes back to New York (www.nyc.droidcon.com)

The 6th edition of droidcon New York City will take place August 26-27th, 2019! Come and learn from the top thought leaders in Android. This year will feature over 70 technical Android talks, workshops & codelabs by best-in-class speakers from around the world.

 

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