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Aneesh Jindal
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WOOT WOOT

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I made a Chandler Bing whip app for Android, because WHAPOW is so much better than wuh-tshhh #Friends #Chandler #Bing

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This video covers using the Android Emulator to take screenshots and then putting a device frame around it (and various other modifications such as shadows and glare).

#Android

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I hope some more applications start implementing this useful feature
Up your app’s sharing game with Direct Share
Pro-tip by +Joanna Smith

Marshmallow’s Direct Share feature (http://goo.gl/lMYaJX) made it easy to create a custom Share experience without too much hassle. Your app can specify direct share targets that will be displayed in the Share dialog presented to the user. So instead of launching your app, you can now launch a specific conversation in response to a Share intent.

Read our full blog post (https://goo.gl/6Rv2o8) to learn how to adapt your app for Direct Share. Because it's a pretty great way to #BuildBetterApps.


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Google partnered with Udacity to bring you Android lessons and courses, and some of those are free! Topics range from Google Cloud Messaging to Material Design, and all of them are very helpful. I strongly recommend using these to become skilled in Android development.

#Android #Udacity #Google #Tutorial

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There's a steep learning curve to understand the #Android Manifest and Gradle, so I made this video to try to make it clearer. It shows some of the main functionality of each such as adding dependencies and permissions, plus more.

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ListViews are used to display data in a list format, and you use adapters to populate that list. This tutorial covers using ArrayAdapters to populate a ListView on #Android.

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This tutorial covers the Circular Reveal Animation on #Android. It shows how it is used in some apps, how to implement it, and how to modify it (starting point, duration).

I hope you find it useful!

You can find Google's documentation about it here: http://developer.android.com/training/material/animations.html#Reveal
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