Issue #510

March 20th, 2022
Articles & Tutorials
In this tutorial, Linus Muema goes through how a Form builder library was made, and how to use the library.
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This article by Thomas Künneth takes a closer look at how Jetpack Compose apps interact with the keyboard.
Tony Robalik continues the series on writing a Gradle plugin for Android apps.
Runway connects with all your existing tools (think GitHub, CI, Play Console, etc.) to automate kickoff, submit, and release — and even a hands-free, customizable staged rollout — so you can avoid the usual cat-herding and focus on real work.
In this tutorial, John Codeos shows how to insert, read, update and delete data using Room through a simple notes app.
Annyce Davis shares a solution to caching public and private data using Flows with GraphQL.
TJ Dahunsi examines representing UI production pipelines as a function of a stream of inputs yielding a stream of outputs.
In this post, Joe Birch explores how to test this user interface using testing approaches found when it comes to Jetpack Compose.
arjuna sky kok teaches how to improve your strings manipulation with the power of regular expressions in Kotlin.
Paul Lammertsma shares key areas to focus on in TV apps for Android 12, including refresh rate switching, text scaling, and 4K UI support.
Now that the MAD Skills series on Jetpack DataStore is complete, here's a quick wrap-up of all the things covered in each episode.
Mark Murphy rummages through the available information on Android 13 DP2 to see if there are things that warrant more attention from developers.
Sarah Tappon and Andrew Haigh share how their team optimized their implementation and improved camera uploads in the Android app.
Mishaal Rahman examines all the changes introduced in the latest DP2 release of Android 13.
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Libraries & Code
Swipe gesture actions for Compose UI
Converts SVG and Android Vector Drawable in Jetpack Compose code
A customisable android library used to provide an abstraction layer over form elements as well as provide a DRY code implementation of a form.
Google is sharing Android 13 Developer Preview 2 with more new features and changes for you to try in your apps
Learn more about everything Google shared at the Games Developer Summit.
Google announces the new Play Developer Reporting API to build internal dashboards, join with other datasets for deeper analysis, automate troubleshooting and releases, and more!
To help people get the most from their devices, Google is making big changes in Google Play to enable users to discover and engage with high-quality apps and games.
Videos & Podcasts
In this interview, you will learn more about Ivan Morgillo (of Code with the Italians fame), his lifestyle, his ideas about Android development, and his recent contributions to the Android community.
This week on the Modern Android Development Skills series, we will be discussing Architecture. Manuel gives us a preview on what’s in store!
In this video you'll learn about the data layer and its two basic components: repositories and data sources. We'll also cover data immutability, error handling, threading, testing and more tricks and recommendations with Developer Relations Engineer Jose Alcérreca
Playlist of updates and announcements from Android, Google Play, Firebase, and Ads teams for mobile developers, publishers, marketers, and more made during the 2022 Google For Games Developer Summit.
Check out everything new for Android, Firebase, and Play developers announced during the Google for Games Developer Summit 2022, including new product announcements, tools for growing your game on more screens, the new Google Play Partner Program for Games, and more
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