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Eduard Bolos
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Hi! I created this watchface for my Moto360, and I am sharing it with you. Enjoy!
Handcrafted from the heart of Transylvania, this clean watchface with minim...
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I'll just leave this here...

Thanks to +Ron Amadeo for posting this originally.

#iPhone6   #iOS   #Apple   #iPhone  
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Today we're launching the latest resource for developers who want to learn how to develop Android apps: our online Udacity training course "Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals".

https://www.udacity.com/course/ud853

*Note that the full course materials -- all the videos, quizzes, and forums -- are available for free for all students by selecting View Courseware. *

It features Developer Advocates +Reto Meier, +Dan Galpin, and +Katherine Kuan as instructors, and they’ve created lessons that are both deeply technical, but also (we think) a lot of fun. 

With Android expanding rapidly into emerging markets, and growing beyond phones and tablets into wearables, auto, and TV - learning the fundamentals behind Android development represents an opportunity to affect and improve the lives of billions of people.

We look forward to seeing what the next wave of Android developers build, and we’ll keep exploring new ways to help you become better developers.

Course Link: https://www.udacity.com/course/ud853
Blog Post: http://goo.gl/Ml4V2m
Other Google courses at Udacity: http://www.udacity.com/google
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"[APP][4.3+] Notifly - sync notification dismissals" http://feedly.com/e/vy2gWkTW
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Must have app if you have 2 or more Android 4.3+ devices. Sync notification dismissals across your devices, so you don't have to see and swipe away the same exact notification more than once. #android #kitkat #playstore
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Hi! I've created this watchface for my Moto 360, and now I am sharing it with you. Enjoy! #moto360 #watchface
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Here it's my watchface, called Circles Watchface.
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Scriu acest text nu pentru că m-am gândit că e la modă sa scrii scrisori deschise, ci pentru că am o durere reală. M-am născut in Brașov acum peste 28 de an
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#AndroidDev  

On Wizards

Entering data and filling out forms on mobile devices kind of sucks. Because of this, you generally want to put as much of the burden of data entry on yourself—the developer—as you can, and as little on the end user as possible. For example, registration forms with 10 input fields are likely to annoy users far more than those with only 2 input fields… or one… or even none (auto-fill the email and auto-generate a password!).

Having said that, there are a number of very fair use cases that require a lot of user input, or complex user input, and have potentially nontrivial consequences. For example, customizing and ordering physical goods, scheduling bank transactions, or setting up a complex app (or operating system!) for the first time.

While you can generally design single-page data entry forms for such processes, sometimes it's more effective to guide the user through the process step-by-step, explaining things along the way, and giving her a sense of comfort about her progress. It's generally also comforting to provide a 'review' step at the end, letting the user get an overview of what's about to happen before pressing the big red 'execute' button.

On Android, there hasn't been much documentation around designing wizards (something I hope we address), or great open source examples of wizards (at least as far as I know), so I'd like to offer one such 'reference' example implementation.

You can get the code here:
https://github.com/romannurik/android-wizardpager

There are a few key features I'd like to call out about this implementation:

• Branching, or the ability for wizard steps to influence the availability of later steps
• Allowing the user to review before committing
• Allowing the user freeform navigation between wizard steps
• Support for required and optional steps
• Support for step classes (technically, each step is an instance of a Java class, so you can have multiple instances within the wizard)

As for things that are missing, one major missing piece is optimization for larger screens. That's something I'm hoping to work on soon.

As usual, I've attached a few screenshots to whet the appetite  before you check out the code.

Let me know in the comments if you've got ideas for improvements or questions. And feel free to just fork the code and discuss your changes!

Thanks!
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Slides and demos for Material Witness at Google I/O 2014

+Chet Haase and I gave a talk today about Material Design, the new UI look and feel available as part of the Android L Preview. I just published links to the slides (PDF or Keynote), the full session video and the source code of the demo used to illustrate the talk.

Video: Google I/O 2014 - Material witness: How Android material applications work
Slides in PDF: http://goo.gl/BaW5Fi
Slides for Keynote: http://goo.gl/O8nVLu
Source code: https://github.com/romainguy/google-io-2014

Enjoy!

#io14   #android   #androiddev  
Chet and I gave a talk entitled "Material Witness" at Google I/O today. I am happy to announce that the entire talk is now available on YouTube. I have also published the following resources: The s...
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    Android Software Developer, 2013 - present
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