Reverse Engineering android application tutorial series

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Announcing… Reverse Engineering tutorial series Paresh is doing well with “lazy android developer” series where he has explored many tools and libraries, which are handy and can be useful while developing android application. You might be wondering who is this new author and what I am doing on TechnoTalkative? Well,...

#AndroidDev Finding – BluetoothClass

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If you are andorid developer, you might have thought over this point, how android wear companion app is only listing down android wear devices. Every bluetooth device is having defined bluetooth class and device class. If you do reverse engineering of the android wear companion application, you would get below...

Part 10 – The Hitchhiker’s guide to Android Testing

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Welcome to the part 10 of the lazy android developers series. In earlier 9 parts, we discussed about UI libraries, dependency injection libraries, wireframe and mockup tools and at last reverse engineering of the android applications. There are couple of parts still left in this series and one of them...

Android Studio – Migration from maven central to jcenter

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During the android workshop, in the office and in the chat with some of the android developers, I have received some questions around build script and repository: Why earlier versions of android studio were using maven central? Why android project, getting created using android studio, is using jcenter? What are...

Part 9 – Reverse engineering android applications

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Welcome to the part 9 of lazy android developers series and here you go with the very first article of the 2015. So far we have talked about android libraries and development tools using which any android developers could save their valuable time, could reduce boilerplate code, could maintain coding...

Bagged the Young IT Achiever Award

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I am happy to share with all of you that yesterday I was awarded with “Young IT Achiever Award” by Computer Society of India (CSI) and Ahmedabad University. There were multiple points considered while deciding this award to me. One point was my contribution towards android community and society. It’s...

2014 – Year of learning, sharing and changes

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During the GDG events and Android workshops, I have been asked many times about my experience of attending conferences and events. So far I haven’t shared about my activities here on blog but this time let me do it to get comments and feedback from you guys and at the...