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Edoardo Inamo
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Opening that code you wrote before Christmas
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Unit testing, in a nutshell.
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Hey guys!

I've finished my new project and now I've included a tablet version.

Thanks for all the feedbacks. :)

http://on.be.net/1HKnRLt
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Android Studio 1.1 final is now available in the stable update channel. You can also download full installers from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

This version is primarily a bug fix release, though it does include a handful of new features - primarily unit testing support, watch face templates, mipmap icons, many new lint checks, and basic BCP47 3-letter language code support, along with support for the new version of the Android Gradle plugin, also version 1.1.

For the full details, see the release announcement at
http://tools.android.com/recent/androidstudio11released

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If you are looking to setup +Google Analytics into your mobile app for Android, there are plenty of questions you may have if you have little or no experience.  Knowing what you want to track and the best way to do so needs to be figured out before implementation. Organization is key!  

I put together this tutorial to show a very nice way to implement Google Analytics for Android.  I show an advanced setup for multiple trackers and lots of great tips on how to get the best data for you.

I reference sample code from my open-source example project hosted on GitHub.  Links to the source is at the bottom of the article.  

On top of all that good stuff, I have screenshots of the data results collected by the sample project.  I also have a real world example from my most recent application that I been working on, Phandroid News (http://goo.gl/r4Hqdr).  

#googleanalytics   #android   #mobileanalytics   #androiddev  

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It only took 5 months, but here's the continuation post of my series on building a custom RecyclerView LayoutManager.

This post focuses on beefing up the animation experience in your layout by supplying the additional data the framework needs to run predictive animations on your layout changes (plus, SO many GIFs!).

It's been awhile, so you may want to catch up with Part [1] and [2] first.

[1]: http://wiresareobsolete.com/2014/09/building-a-recyclerview-layoutmanager-part-1/
[2]: http://wiresareobsolete.com/2014/09/recyclerview-layoutmanager-2/

#android   #androiddev #recyclerview #animation

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#androidDev <animated-vector> drawables are awesome, with a few lines an some svg data you can reach powerful animations
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Always online: screen-switching in 2015. 
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This is my first article about MEAN Stack development.Check it out :)
MEAN Stack Development with MongoDB........
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