Hi, if you ever needed to store complex data, more complext than just primitives and store a lot of it, then most likely used SQLite. Plain Android API has a huge overhead: declaring contracts, creating databases, using SQL. You might used some libraries like Sugar ORM which eliminate that huge overhead and need to write SQL, but today we’re going to look at the database that is way more perfomant than any other
Hi, If you want some Android Studio plugin which does not exist you probably were thinking about creating them by your own, but if you haven’t created those, it might seem like that’s too hard. It’s not. And since Android Studio/IDEA runs for JVM, we use Java or Kotlin. Let’s start with a setting up and creating a simple motivational quote poping up on IDE’s launch, then we’ll get into more complex stuff!
Hey, want to talk about some of the manifest details. Especially Manifest merger, even though we have many manifests : each library has a manifest, even your app can have multiple manifests (one base and others for flavors/build types). But in the end there’s just one left. And just like during git merge, there could be conflicts in the way, let’s look at the most common that I’ve faced so far and how to fix them
Hey there! We all use Android Debug Bridge daily without concerning that we use it. Primarily because Android Studio does all the job for us, we don’t need to run any console commands. Installing apps, debugging, perfomance profilling – all is done through Android Studio interface, but at some point earlier or later you need to learn some adb commands, they will make your development process way easier and faster. Let’s make our development better with those Android ADB basics
Hi, I just recently learned about Android FlexboxLayout and want to tell more about what it is and possible use cases. It’s a library by Google, has been in development for about a year and currently in 0.3.0 alpha 2 version. Let’s see where we can use it
Hello there! Ok, today is a first non technical post about my strategy I use to achieve goals. Achieve them fast. I’m not going to pretend like I achieve all of my goals, not even a half! But lately I found a strategy that works incredibly great for me, I’ve never felt getting results like this before.
Hey there! There’s still not too many 7,1 Android versions, but let’s make something that could have a great use in future, app shortcuts. The API is extremely easy, takes just few minutes to implement it in your app. I bet you can do it faster than reading this post. I’m not kidding. Let’s get started then!