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Working with Robolectric and Robotium in Android Studio and Gradle

I develop the TripComputer App for Android but I find testing apps using the standard Android Instrumentation framework is really slow and painful. Slow testing cycles can kill productivity ...
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Parse.com anonymous and registered users (Android)

Introduction When writing a mobile application you mostly always need a way to store the information outside of the application itself so the data is accessible to not only the application ...
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Android Tips: On/Off Toggle

When we need to give to users of our apps the ability to switch on/off a given feature, we automatically think of check boxes, toggle buttons or switches:These widgets are available ...
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Don’t Block The UI

I’ve talked with many end users about their badly written apps grievances and I’ve come to the conclusion that it isn’t a matter of native vs. cross platform or even ...
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Develop android weather app with Material Design

This post describes how to create a weather app using material design guidelines. Material Design is  a set of rules for visual design, UI interaction, motion and so on. These rules ...
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A Guide to Android RecyclerView and CardView

The new support library in Android L (Lollipop) introduced two new UI widgets: RecyclerView and CardView. The RecyclerView is a more advanced and more flexible version of the ListView. ...
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CallSerially The EDT & InvokeAndBlock (Part 2)

The last time we talked about the EDT we covered some of the basic ideas, such as call serially etc. We left out two major concepts that are somewhat more advanced. Invoke And Block When ...
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CallSerially The EDT & InvokeAndBlock (Part 1)

We last explained some of the concepts behind the EDT in 2008 so its high time we wrote about it again, there is a section about it in the developer guide as well as in the courses ...
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Storing the state of an activity of your Android application

This is the last post in my series about saving data in your Android application. The previous posts went over the various way to save data in your application: Introduction : How to ...
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Control Sphero using Temperature Sensor in Android

One of the most interesting topic around Android it is how we can connect our smart phones to other devices or smart devices to get information from them or to control them. In this ...
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