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Optimizing Android Test Automation Development

Now that we are a few weeks away from Google I/O, and we understand that the complex Android landscape is becoming, even more, complex let’s explore a way Android teams can optimize and plan their test automation across the different platforms and devices. In the past, I’ve written about the need to connect the 3 layers: Application under test Test code ...

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Kotlin and Android: JetBrains and Google Behind One Language

Google I/O 2017 had several major announcements, but one of the most interesting to me is “first-class support for Kotlin” on Android. The Kotlin blog post on this announcement discusses the benefits this brings to Kotlin users: In case you are concerned about other platforms that Kotlin supports (Kotlin/JVM for server and desktop, Kotlin/JS and Kotlin/Native), please be sure that ...

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Build IoT project with Arduino sensor in 3 Steps

This post describes how to create an IoT project using Arduino sensor. You will learn how easy is creating an IoT app that monitors gas in a room using Arduino sensors and send a notification when the gas is over the threshold. We can build a simple gas monitoring system in a few steps. First of all, we assume you ...

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How to get started with Android development: Layout Managers

At the end of my last article, I left you hanging after describing activities, without telling you how to build a UI, so here we go. In the Android SDK, layouts are separate from the Java code that defines how an activity behaves. Using this separation of concern, it’s easier to modify the layout without having to worry about the ...

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Building Android IoT app for Android Things

This post describes how to build an Android IoT app for Android Things. As you may already know, recently Google has released a new IoT operating system called Android Things. Android Things is OS derived from Android and the interesting part is that we can re-use our Android knowledge to develop Android IoT app. Before diving into Android IoT app, it ...

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