Android Weekly #314

Android Weekly #314

Android Weekly #314




June 17, 2018


Articles & Tutorials


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Styling internationalized text in Android


Most of the time, the text we work with comes from resources and is internationalized. So the text we need to style and its positioning within a sentence may change. Florina Muntenescu shows how to do this.


Android Studio productivity tips: Part1


In the series, Engine Bai covers some essential and helpful tips and tricks based on daily usage scenarios, to help you to get the most out of Android Studio.


Keys, Credentials and Storage on Android


This tutorial focuses on credential and key storage. Collin Stuart begins by introducing account credentials and end with an example of protecting data using the KeyStore.


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Learn to make data driven decisions for your app


Find out how successful app developers make informed decisions about product features and discover insights to help you drive decision making using data and better manage stakeholders


Best coding practices, tips and more for Android


Bal sikandar shares some tips and tricks for making your every day Android code better.


Build mobile apps with Bazel. Part 1


This blog post series focus on using Bazel to build polyglot mobile apps (iOS/android). We discuss why a monorepo is a good choice when dealing with shared code using Swift, Java, C and others. This specific post starts with Android.


How to Mitigate Slow Build Times While Using Firebase Performance Plugin


Vivek Maskara noticed that the Firebase Performance Plugin was dramatically increasing his development build times. Here’s a tip on how he worked around it.


Maintainable Architecture – Lifecycle


Creating a maintainable, flexible codebase is not easy but is an essential part of software engineering. Mark Allison continues this series by refining some of the Android-specific orientation change issues.


Open-sourcing Sonar, a new extensible debugging tool


Three years ago FB engineers released Stetho, an Android debugging tool. With the newer Sonar, they built a newer tool that is more extensible to new features, has a richer user experience, and works across both iOS and Android.




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Genki — A Design Developer System


Design Systems are great! Ludwig Frank shows how it helps prototype solutions so much faster, allowed for unified designs on all platforms and aids tracking changes more easily with dedicated component library and product sketch files.




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Libraries & Code




The Material Design version of popular Android Talon for Twitter app, 100% open-source




EmotionRatingView library contains EmotionView (displays an animated face that responds to a rating change), RatingView (Displays rating bar with animated grades), and GradientBackgroundView.




Creative View Pager easy to use ! This view pager library combines a header list which is scrolling automatically in coordination with the page contents.




This library makes it possible to represent View Pager Dots Indicator with 3 different awesome styles




A Retrofit inspired WebSocket client for Kotlin, Java, and Android




Sonar is a platform for debugging mobile apps on iOS and Android. Visualize, inspect, and control your apps from a simple desktop interface. Use Sonar as is or extend it using the plugin API.



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