Replacing fragments with Conductors’ Controllers
We got some good feedback about last week’s development workshop, titled “Replacing Fragments with Conductors’ Controllers” so we decided to share the slides, too! Replacing Fragments Workshop: Click the link to instantly download the slides (and): Get rid of Fragments! 😉
XML Drawables for Android Developers
It’s good to know what you can do in xml to draw something on the UI. I recently noticed that I and some colleagues tend to overcomplicate simple tasks, because we don’t really know the built-in possibilities. Sometimes the design requires a not too complex, but not so simple (e.g. a shape) drawing on the...
ZeroKit and Firebase Demo App First Look
If there is sensitive data to be stored when developing a mobile app, security is of utmost importance. Developers can make hackers’ work harder, but it’s almost impossible to totally prevent a data breach if they are at it. Key and encryption handling can be a real pain-in-the-ass. Storing encrypted data is one thing, but...
A Native Mobile Dev’s Favorite Libraries
A junior developer starts to develop everything by himself. However, a little experience or help will teach him that it’s not useful to write every little piece of code on his own. Enthusiastic developers provide a lot of good and widely tested solutions for problems almost everyone faces during development. Using these libraries can save you...
The Best Crash Report Tools for Android Developers
If you are a budding mobile (iOS or Android) developer, this could be a good place to start with your first release, but if you are a seasoned veteran, maybe this can widen your knowledge or even show you a few new ways worth trying.