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Android Realm Instead of SQLite

android realm
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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

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Android Kotlin Integration

Android Kotlin Integration

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Hey guy, today I want to talk about the language that can be a replacement for Java. Although running on JVM, it has completely different syntax than Java. If you consider C# minimalistic to Java, then Kotlin’s even more! Plus it’s fully Java compatible and has great IDE support. Let’s see why and how you should start using Kotlin in your projects.
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Android change colors with Palette

Android Color Palette

Do you feel bored of the same color scheme across the app? It has been like this since the very beginning and you have no other choice but stick with it. Because it’s a brand color, right? But currently many apps have neutral white/grey colors. Those could not be technically be brand colors, are they? Hi, my name is Ihor and today we’re going to make our app look amazing with Android Palette

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Write less with Android Data Binding

Write less with Android Data Binding

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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