Android – Get more out of Butter Knife

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I have played a role in many android applications, whether it could be company projects or open source projects. Believing in knowledge sharing and expertise, I have also contributed into couple of projects of community members, by providing mentorship! During my involvement in all of these projects, I have observed...

[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...

Part 1 – Floating action button

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Welcome to the first part of the tutorial series on Android design support library. As said in the series announcement post, last week I am done with creating a complete example using android design support library and its components. I thought to write this series to share my learning with...