Last week, I was talking to someone on my team and it became apparent that they weren’t aware of one super useful feature of data binding. If you know me at all, you know that I
like love this library, and I would take every opportunity to spread the love around.
Last year, I wrote about my talk preparation process. I mentioned that I try to practice my talk verbatim a bunch of times, especially the night prior.
Today is my last day at Domain. After three years, seven months, and three days, it is time to move out.
Last week, I was giving feedback to someone about improving the commit messages they write. I was very taken aback by their response – “it does not matter what the commit messages are”. Now this is confusing for me, mainly because I know from years of experience that having relevant commit messages is important.
Welp. Here we are. Another year is about to end.
Learning something new is always fun and exciting. That is, until seemingly cryptic error messages start creeping up.
As would probably be obvious by now, I have been investing a lot of time in learning and using data binding.
I have always been told I’m stubborn. And I am. So jumping off this post, I continued doing instant apps stuff and I learnt more things this week.
When Android Studio 3.0 was announced at I/O, I was very keen to try it out. Mostly because of all the cool stuff in it, but also because of more support for instant apps.
I was updating a bit of code the other day that involved dynamically inflating views into a
DataBindingUtil.inflate(LayoutInflater.from(context), R.layout.row_related_property, container, false).