I gave an unabridged version of my last Android Meetup talk at this year’s YOW Conference. It has been an honour being part of this awesome conference!
Here are the slides to my talk at the Android Meetup tonight.
One piece of advice that we keep hearing over and over is to extract strings into resources. There really is no reason for you to hard code strings in code.
Today was the day.
They say all relationships go through a rough patch at two, seven, then ten years. I don’t remember who said it, but someone told me that many years ago.
One of the things we are taught in Android is that we should gracefully handle different layouts based on screen sizes. With more and more things being not just screen size-specific but also OS version-specific, this is one thing I think a lot more devs need to pay attention to. Today was my turn to do just that.
I have been playing with data binding more and more over the last couple of weeks. This week, it’s all about creating a dialog with stuff dictated by a value from an enum.
Say you have a simple layout file:
Sometimes, you can’t help it. You need to look at what happened in the past to understand what is happening in the present (wow).