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Part 4 - Playing with NavigationView

Part 4 - Playing with NavigationView | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
NavigationView is an another component in design support library, using which we can create a navigation drawer menu for the android application.
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krschultz/android-proguard-snippets

android-proguard-snippets - Proguard configurations for common Android libraries

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Ever struggle with proguard?

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Percent Support Library: Bring dimension in % to RelativeLayout and FrameLayout

Percent Support Library: Bring dimension in % to RelativeLayout and FrameLayout | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Although there are quite a lot of Layout that can be used in Android Application Development world but at last we always end up with just these three: LinearLayout, RelativeLayout and FrameLayout
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IFTTT/FastttCamera

IFTTT/FastttCamera | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
FastttCamera - Fasttt and easy camera framework for iOS with customizable filters
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Proguard fun

Proguard fun | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it

Proguard is a tool to shrink, optimize and obfuscate your java code. It's not an Android specific tool, but still, Proguard can be really useful when doing mobile development, especially to decreas...

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Let's explore android design support library

Let's explore android design support library | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it

"One of the major and excited library Google announced during Google I/O is Android design support library."

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Part 1 - Floating action button

Part 1 - Floating action button | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
It’s clearly noticeable that there is a margin issue in Lollipop. To resolve this issue, define the bottom and the right margin both with 16dp for API 21+ and both with 0dp for pre-lollipop.
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Scratching the surface of Android's new Data Binding Library and Retrofit - Part 1

Scratching the surface of Android's new Data Binding Library and Retrofit - Part 1 | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
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Exploring the new Android Design Support Library — ribot labs — Medium

Exploring the new Android Design Support Library - ribot labs - Medium
This new library introduces several new components previously not available out-of-the-box. Here we take a brief look at what they are…
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Eliminate Lags & Stutters in Android Studio

Eliminate Lags & Stutters in Android Studio | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Several tips and tricks used by developers at Money Lover to improve Android Studio's performance....
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The Real Best Practices to Save/Restore Activity's and Fragment's state. (StatedFragment is now deprecated)

The Real Best Practices to Save/Restore Activity's and Fragment's state. (StatedFragment is now deprecated) | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Months ago I published an article related to Fragment State saving & restoring, Probably be the best way (?) to save/restore Android Fragment’s state so far. A lot of valuable feed
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Durable Android REST Clients

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Great article about how to properly handle the lifecycle of REST clients on Android.

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Context, What Context? - by Dave Smith of Double Encore

Context, What Context? - by Dave Smith of Double Encore | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Context is a common object in the Android framework, but are you sure you're using it properly? There are different types of Context for different purposes.
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Building Android Apps — 30 things that experience made me learn the hard way — Medium

There are two kinds of people — those who learn the hard way and those who learn by taking someone’s advice. Here are so…
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The truth about Preventative Optimizations — Google Developers

The truth about Preventative Optimizations - Google Developers - Medium
Drop the “premature.” It’s cleaner.
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Top rookie Android developer mistakes

Top rookie Android developer mistakes | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
This is a mistake seen all too often from almost everyone except experienced Android developers, or those with an experience in software development. Many new and aspiring Android developers somehow think that the fact that they are building an app for mobile devices means that it is a small project that shouldn’t require much prior planning, or can be completed in a weekend of pizza and coffee fueled coding binge. This is horrendously far from reality. Android app development is no different from any other software development project, and requires specifications, schedules/timelines, bug tracking, and a release and maintenance plan.
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Fanciful Android: Android - ImageView crop (mask) image as par background shape

Fanciful Android: Android - ImageView crop (mask) image as par background shape | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Android - ImageView crop (mask) image as par background shape
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Introduction to Glide, Image Loader Library for Android, recommended by Google

Introduction to Glide, Image Loader Library for Android, recommended by Google | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Neither Glide nor Picasso is perfect. The way Glide loads an image to memory and do the caching is better than Picasso which let an image loaded far faster. In addition, it also helps preventing an app from popular OutOfMemoryError. GIF Animation loading is a killing feature provided by Glide. Anyway Picasso decodes an image with better quality than Glide.
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Scratching the surface of Android's new Data Binding Library and Retrofit - Part 2

Scratching the surface of Android's new Data Binding Library and Retrofit - Part 2 | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
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Codelab for Android Design Support Library used in I/O Rewind Bangkok session

Codelab for Android Design Support Library used in I/O Rewind Bangkok session | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
But when we run on Android 5.0, the result turn into this ...
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Changing Sidebar Rules. How We Created a Guillotine Menu Transitioning Animation

Vitaly’s topbar animation was implemented in Swift by our iOS developer Maksym Lazebnyi, who gave it a funny name Guillotine Menu -- the way it drops down from the top reminds a bit of a notorious killing machine. After all, our animation is a killer feature as well!
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Using the New Google Places API for Android

Using the New Google Places API for Android | iOS & Android Development | Scoop.it
Introducing the new Android Places API. Shows how to pick places using the new place picker widget by Google Places API for Android.
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