In this episode of Fragmented, Donn and Kaushik talk about the official IDE for Android development – “Android Studio”.A New Way to Promote Your App on Google Play
Michael Siliski, Product Management Director at Google Play shares about sponsored search results on Google PlayBringing apps to the workplace with Google Play for Work
Matt Goodridge from the Google Play team introduces a system for more easily (and securely) deploying and managing entreprise-grade apps.
Android Developer Story: GinLemon – Breaking through with Google Play
Letitia Lago from the Google Play Team shares the story of GinLemon, a successful app business on Google Play
Android Studio Tips Of the Day – Roundup #6
Developer Phil (Philippe Breault shares several tips on using Android Studio
An OkHttp backed HttpStack that does not use okhttp-url-connection
Video – H2 Zoom Popping and Crackling Fixed By Removing SD Card
In this video, Charles McKeever talks through how to resolve the buffering issue with the H2 zoom
Framer for Android
Jorn Van Dijk introduces Framer for Android. A distraction free, full-screen viewer for all of your prototypes.
Scrolling RecyclerView – Part 2
A deeper dive into LinearLayoutManager and SmoothScroller components of RecyclerView.
Video – Android for Work for Developers
In this video, Rich Hyndman covers the benefits for developers of Android for Work and what you should look out for.
SQLBrite: A Reactive Database Foundation
Jake Wharton writes about how SQLite is the obvious choice for persisting and querying complex data
gRPC – cross-platform open source RPC over HTTP/2
Manik Surtani from Square speaks about gRPC, an open source (BSD-licensed) cross-platform library for making remote procedure calls
An Investigation into Flow and Mortar
Matt Compton writes on Fragments and how Flow and Mortar, designed to replace Fragments… forever!
Continuous Deployment with Travis CI and HockeyApp, Part 1
Continuous integration, says Florian Harr, has become an important topic and a significant part of a developer’s workflow. The start of a series on automated builds with Tracis CI and distribution of the builds with HockeyApp.
Continuous Delivery for Android
Matt Compton (again!) speaks about the best continuous delivery environment – Jenkins
Android Integrating PayPal using PHP, MySQL – Part 1
Ravi Tamada shows how to integrate payments into your Android app
Android Integrating PayPal using PHP, MySQL – Part 2
In the concuding part of this series, Ravi Tamada continues to explain what is required to integrate payments into your Android app, including local environment testing
Setting up a new app in Crashlytics without the IDE plugin
Dan Lew shows us how to use Crashlytics without having to install a plugin
Material Design Icons
A large database of icons to be used in material design
Android Arsenal introduces DMIV which aims to provide a flexible and customizable instrument for automated images moving on display. It provides scroll, gyroscope or time based moving. But you can create your own evaluator.
Google Removes “Launchpad” apps after trademark complaint
An article about how removing the trademark infringed “launchpad” affected app downloads for many developers
How to keep up with Android development
Andras Kindler gives some helpful insight into how to keep up with Android development
Python script for copying drawable resources into your Android project from an external /res directory
Android Security: The Forgetful Keystore
Dorian Cussen’s insight into Android’s keystore and what you may be able to do to overcome its limitations
Muzei-esque Animated SVG Drawing for Android
Derek from WIllowTree introduces how you can have a similar live wallpaper as Muzei.
The MaterialDrawer library aims to provide a quick and easy Activity to create and implement a drawer layout in your application.