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Merry Christmas Kotliners!

It was a crazy and strange year, but I hope this Christmas day is full of peace, joy and rest. … and of course food! 🤤 To make this time more special, we have prepared some gifts for you 🎁 Effective Kotlin eBook Discounts We know how important it is to grow ourselves and broaden […]

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Jetpack Compose: First Impressions and Learning Resources

Android’s current UI toolkit is more than 10 years old … If you’ve heard this, stop it 😉 As you know, Jetpack Compose is the latest feature in Android UI development. The promise is to save us by removing all the issues with the old View system and XML layout. After many preview versions, it […]

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Get ahead using headers in RecyclerView

This is the 4th A series of articles Covers the basics of use RecyclerView..If you already have a solid understanding of how to create it RecyclerView, Then continue. Otherwise, This mailbox.. To add information and context about your app’s data Header In you RecyclerView..You can emulate the header by placing TextView On you RecyclerView so […]

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Practical network for Android Developers (part 2)

A simple data layer for all applications Here is a list of blogs in this series: Part 1 — HTTP and network layer Part 2 — TLS, certificates, and pinning Part 3 — Authenticator and Interceptor Part 4-Performance, Redundancy, and Concurrency Part 5 — Testing and integration Practical network for Android developers This is the […]

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Optimize App Retention with the Hooked Model

Nir Eyal explores how to apply hook models to foster good habits and promote customer retention and engagement Nir Eyal, “Hooked” best-selling author, “Do not distract” Explore what your app should do to increase Google retention Podcasts for apps, games and insights.. Customer retention is essential to any app business. If your customers aren’t hanging […]

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Now in Android #35

Jetpack Compose Beta, #AndroidDevChallenge, Android 12, WorkManager, Android for Cars Library, RecyclerView, Coroutines, Podcasts Welcome to Now in Android. This is an ongoing guide to new and remarkable things in the Android development world. this Now on android It is also available in the form of videos and podcasts. Same content, but less need to […]

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How to migrate GitLab/Bitbucket to GitHub in a simple way | by Quang Nguyen | AndroidPub

Just announced by GitHub Happy news For us developers today.“”The GitHub team can create an unlimited number of private repositories for free. “ So here is the latest update for the free package. The screenshot was taken on April 15, 2020. Source (https://github.com/pricing). These changes are very competitive with other code hosting services such as […]

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4 UX principles that put people-first

Explore how to provide apps that enhance digital well-being and learn how these design principles really help — Part 2/3 of the well-being series. This article is the second part of a three-part miniseries on digital well-being. This content was created and contributed by the Google Digital Wellbeing Team (Kate Lockhart) and the Google P […]

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A UX journey of Compose Preview

The following post was written by Preethi Srinivas (UX researcher) and Paris Hsu (Interaction designer) on the Android Developer UX team. Jetpack Compose just hit Beta! 🎉 In this exciting time, the Android Developer UX team would like to invite you into our world and walk you through our journey so far of how we […]

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Practical network for Android Developers (part 4)

A simple data layer for all applications Here is a list of blogs in this series: Part 1 — HTTP and network layer Part 2 — TLS, certificates, and pinning Part 3 — Authenticator and Interceptor Part 4-Performance, Redundancy, and Concurrency Part 5 — Testing and integration Practical network for Android developers This is the […]