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...

Let’s explore android design support library

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Annual developers conferences are always amazing and wonderful, comes with new product launches, new announcements, new libraries/frameworks, new APIS and it’s a best opportunity to developers across the world to meet at single place, talk, have party together and what not! Well, so many new stuffs for the android developers...

Part 5 – Reverse Engineering using Virtual Machine

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Welcome to the fifth part (and probably last part) of this series on “Reverse Engineering android applications”. To read an overview of the series, refer to the serious announcement blog post. A quick glimpse of all parts: Part 1, we talked about Reverse engineering using Androguard tools Part 2 was...

Part 3 – Reverse engineering using other tools

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Welcome to the third part of this series on “Reverse Engineering android applications”. To read an overview of the series, refer to the serious announcement blog post. In the previous part, we talked about and performed reverse engineering using Androguard tools like Androaxml, Androsim, Androdd, Apkviewer and Androapkinfo. Previous part...

Part 2 – Deep analysis using Androguard tools

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Welcome to the second part of this series on “Reverse Engineering android applications”. To read an overview of the series, refer to the serious announcement blog post. In first part, we learnt how to install Androguard and basic commands to decompile and analyse the apk. In this part, we will...

Part 1 – Reverse engineering using Androguard

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Welcome to the very first article of this series on “Reverse Engineering android applications”. To read an overview of the series, refer to the serious announcement blog post. “Learning is no harm, even if done by Reverse Engineering” As quoted above, learning is no harm, if reverse engineering is done...