Google is set to roll-out Android 11 this year. So, what new features can we expect from the new OS version and what can mobile app devs look forward to? Let’s find out how Android 11 can be different and how this will affect mobile application developers.
GitHub for mobile now includes a beta program for GitHub for Android. It offers GitHub functionality in a native Android app that supports different screen sizes and Android settings. Let’s take a closer look at the new Android app for collaboration on the go.
As the date approaches when the US Supreme Court will hear the case of Oracle v. Google, Red Hat and IBM have submitted a “friend of the court” brief in support of Google, justifying why the decision made by the Court of Appeals should be overturned. Let’s take a closer look.
The rise of Kotlin has been meteoric, and a new report sheds some light on Android developers’ preferences. In this article, we take a look at the recent history of Kotlin and trace its growth over the last couple of years, look at the state of Kotlin today, and then look briefly to the future. Will Kotlin eat more of Java’s share or will Java remain king of the hill?
Time to introduce the creation of this bright young developer. Meet android WM, a lightweight Android image watermark library that supports invisible digital watermarks. In this article, Yizheng Huang walks us through his project and how we can use android WM to create invisible digital watermarks.
Reducing your footprint has never been easier! Save space and increase user engagement with Google’s new code shrinker, R8! Now a part of Android Studio 3.3, this code shrinker promises to optimize your apps for a lighter APK.
Say hello to MvRx, Airbnb’s Android framework which aims to make Android screens easy to write [no matter their complexity]. Let’s have a closer look at it.
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. We had another super busy week in IT world! News and releases coming from every direction! But don’t worry, we got you covered! We have, Angular v7 second beta, Android 9 Pie, GraalVM 1.0-RC5 and so much more!
Android 9 Pie is here! We grab a slice of the popular mobile operating system for a quick taste test. What can developers expect from Android Pie? A smarter, simpler UI experience powered by AI. I’ll have mine à la mode.
The decision has come down from on high: all Android developers should update their apps to the latest Android APIs after August 1, 2018. Google Play now requires all new apps and app updates to target API level 26 for security and performance reasons.
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was a chill yet interesting one with some new beta releases and updates. From IntelliJ IDEA 2018 progress report to the Android P Beta 3 becoming available for devs, the tech world never rests!
It’s time. Android P Beta 3 is now available for download. What’s inside this update and what’s next in line for Android?
No need for a knife fight! Today, we’re taking a look at Dagger, the extra-fast dependency injector from Google. With Dagger, developers can focus on the interesting classes without needing to create boilerplate code.
Every Monday we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was a particularly exciting one for Android enthusiasts since Google made some big announcements at its I/O conference!