Chuck – In-app HTTP inspector for HTTP OkHttp clients

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During development many time it happens we have to debug API calls to check what request we are making and what response we are getting. Either we put debug point in android studio or we check using Postman like tools. But Jeff Gilfelt has made our work easier by creating...

Android libraries that top apps use

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I have heard this question from junior android developers that which libraries we should learn and explore, those libraries which are being used in top applications (i.e. top application in terms of download numbers and five star rating counts). Also those libraries which helps in i) application performance ii) clean...

My Android Talks for upcoming events

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Since the new season is approaching with Droidcon India, GDG DevFest and many other mobile developer’s conferences and events, it’s time to focus on technical talks. I have prepared some focused talks on android development with keeping applications architecture, optimizations and developer’s productivity in mind. I have already submitted these...

[Gitbook] Android development: zero to one

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Being into the #AndroidDev community since more than 5 years and being an organizer of Google Developers Group, Ahmedabad, I have been getting many requests for organizing android workshops from various engineering colleges and so students can begin their journey with the android development but I always share with them...

Part 4 – Playing with NavigationView

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Welcome to the fourth part of this tutorial series on “Android design support library”. To read overview of the series, refer to the serious announcement blog post. A quick glimpse of all parts: Part 1, we talked about Floating action button Part 2 is about Snackbar Part 3 is about...

Part 3 – Styling Snackbar

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Welcome to the third part of the Android design support library tutorial series. So far we have talked about Floating action button (FAB) and Snackbar in this series and yet to explore actual awesomeness of the design support library, stay tuned! Styling Snackbar In the previous part, we have seen...

Part 2 – Welcome Snackbar, Goodbye Toast!

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Welcome to the second part of the Android design support library tutorial series. In the first part, we talked about Floating action button, its attributes and some of the FAB issues. Today we will talk about another component “Snackbar”. Welcome Snackbar, Goodbye Toast! “Providing lightweight, quick feedback about an operation...