Here’s one more tip for Android development from me. Always use string constants for Bundles and for shared preferences. Here’s why
The company I’m working for is using Vue.js as a web frontend framework. I was taking care of implementing few features so I had to learn it. And here’s what I took from it that you can use as an Android developer
Hey, there’s an easy way to automatically update your dependency libraries to the latest version. Just replace a number with plus and you’ll get latest library version. But that’s not recommended because you can build your release APK with a different library version than you were testing, which can cause issues. Today we’ll look how to keep your libraries up-to-date in a controlled way.
Really want to write about some of the principles I learned and think that beneficial to consider. They are not Android related in particular, you can apply them for any platform/language. Because writing code just so it does the job is first thing, after that you start figuring out how to make it easier to understand. At least for yourself. There’s nothing as frustrating as your own code that makes you stuck wondering what the hell it does.