Hey guys, today we’re gonna continue to make our app look awesome as much as your imagination can go! And one of the cool things that I love and super exited about is Circular Reveal. This color switch is just so amazing and beautiful I want to put it everywhere. So let’s make our apps look better with Circular Reveal!
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It’s unbelievable how much do most of the Android apps miss out on animations. In particular – icon animations. Once you see an app that utilizes animation in an amazing way you can’t go back. Of course I’m talking about the Plaid app by Nick Butcher. The first time I saw it I was amazed. There’s so much thinking was spent into designing every single piece of it. And yes, as you guessed, today we’re going to look at just a little part of making an Ultimate Android App – icon animations. Exited already? Let’s get started!
Hey there, today we’re going to look at Android ConstraintLayout. It was introduced in Android Studio 2.2 and if I got it right, you can use design-only mode (no XML) involved to build beautiful responsive layouts. And that’s what we’re gonna find out today: is it easier, faster to build apps with ConstraintLayout. And what’s by no means less important – does it perform better?
Continue reading Why you should switch to Android ConstraintLayout
Have you been using Git for a while, but only via IDE’s interface and feel like by this time you should know some more commands or just interested about what’s happening under the hood? Or you just switch platforms often and don’t want to learn new interface to do the same things you’ve been doing in other IDE’s? Then welcome, we’re going to talk about the basic Git commands you should know
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How’s it going y’all? In my previous post I talked about great advantages that your own library gives you on BinTray. Once you realize that you copy paste your previous code time and time again or even worse – just write the same functions all over again, you should consider using a library.
Continue reading Start Writing Libraries!
Hey there, in my previous post we looked at the main two approaches with Data Binding. While first approach was very familiar to us, but after a while you get bored of it and want something more fancy. How to actually write the next level progressive code with Data Binding? In this post we’ll find out is it worth to actually learn how to use Data Binding. And most of all, can you write less with it and get results faster. So let’s get started.
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If you use Data Binding library in every new project you create and sick of repeating yourself by writing the same boiler plate code again and again and wander why it’s not enabled by default, then you’re like me and today I will talk about how to make IDE do the work for you!
Continue reading Save your time with Android Templates
Hello there, in this post we’ll look at the Android Data Binding Library which we’re all excited about and implement a RecyclerView Adapter with it. Since there’s not so many resources and samples on the web I think that for some of you this post would be very useful and interesting. So let’s get to it. Continue reading Android RecyclerView with Data Binding Library
Who I am
As a self-taught developer I acknowledge the tremendous amount of work by your own that you have to do. Nobody’s going to push you forward, if you give up, nobody will motivate you. Some guys don’t even have any programmers in their friend circle, which is weird, right? There’s programmers everywhere! And I feel a great enthusiasm from people who don’t have a Computer Science degree, but have some deep thoughts about switching to software development, when I tell them my story. They see themselves, realizing it’s actually POSSIBLE Continue reading Welcome to My Hexaville