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).
The couple of months before I/O had been pretty hectic. Super excited to be able to finally talk about it!
During the beginning of my Android career, one of the things I had to do was to save some data to somewhere. I found out that for my purposes, I had to use an SQLite database. Reading through the docs, I was afraid. Petrified, even.
Over the weekend, I gave a talk at Droidcon Vietnam about data binding and Plaid. One person told me that public speaking seems to come naturally for me and today I would like to illustrate how that came to be.
I gave a talk this morning in the first ever Droidcon Vietnam! It is about two of the things I love in Android – Plaid and data binding.
Today I had the honour of attending the first WTM Summit in Sydney.
Or so they say.
I just spent an hour debugging an issue that should have been a non-issue at all.