About Cindy Potvin

Cindy is a programmer with over 5 years of experience developing web applications. She also works on Android applications and share her knowledge via her blog and on Twitter.

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Saving preferences in your Android application

This is the third post in my series about saving data in Android. The other posts can be found here : http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2014/06/introduction-how-to-save-data-in-your-android-application.html http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2014/06/saving-data-to-a-file-in-your-android-application.html A ...
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5 tips to improve performance in Android applications

If your application has many time-intensive operations, here are some tricks to improve the performance and provide a better experience for your users.                  Operations ...
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Creating logs in Android applications

For Android applications, logging is handled by the android.util.Log class, which is a basic logging class that stores the logs in a circular buffer for the whole device. All logs for ...
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Saving data to a file in your Android application

This is the second post in my series about storage in Android applications. The other post is available here : http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2014/06/introduction-how-to-save-data-in-your-android-application.html This ...
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Using Android Traceview in Eclipse

The best way to solve a performance problem with an Android application is to profile the application by tracing the execution. This way, you can make decisions on what to improve based ...
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Introduction : How to save data in your Android application

This is the first post in a series explaining the various ways to save data and application state in an Android application. There are many mechanisms in the Android SDK that can be ...
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