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The source code for the 2014 version of the Google I/O app is now available! Check it out at github.com/google/iosched. For more details on everything that went into this year's release, check the blog below by +Bruno Oliveira.

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The source code for the 2014 version of the Google I/O app is now available. Since its first release on Google Play a few weeks before the conference, the I/O app was downloaded by hundreds of thousands of people, including o...
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Nice! No unit tests though? Are you testing the app manually or having the source code for that somewhere else? :S Very nice to see how you make the stuff with the fading action bar anyway!
 
The app used the L preview apis? Don't you need to set L as the minimum api level for that? 
 
+Alex Styl we have a special build flag that determines whether or not we include L preview code. We can only publish the non-L version to Google Play
 
+Alex Styl we have a special build flag that determines whether or not we include L preview code. We can only publish the non-L version to Google Play
 
Would be great to have a video with explanations what's where and why :)
 
Thank you for that!

But from my point of view, there are lots of unecessary comments on the source code that pollute considerably the reading...

some quick examples :
// get DPI
mDPI = getActivity().getResources().getDisplayMetrics().densityDpi / 160f;

// Return camera to Moscone
LOGD(TAG, "Clicked on Moscone marker, return to initial display.");
centerOnMoscone(true);

// update the displayed window
model.marker.showInfoWindow();

& so... 
 
+David Laurell I was disappointed by the lack of tests in the source as well. Are unit/integration tests really such an uncommon practice that even Google doesn't use them?
 
Yes, I'm trying to understand why the unit testing is not visible for us. Did you test the app manually?
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