Depending on de weirdness of the auto translation it might be worthwhile to add translations to your store listing yourself.
My personal preference would be if the Play Store would either auto translate everything or nothing at all. There's a toggle for translating the main description and it would make sense to only translate the promo text if that option is selected as well.
#gde #android #playstore
#anddev #androiddev #anddesign #androiddesign
#android #androidwear #sw3 #smartwatch #endomondo
One of my favorite features in Google Play services 7.0  as a developer is that the split AARs (i.e., play-services-gcm or play-services-wearable - see the full list ) now include the ProGuard exceptions needed. This means that there's no need to manually add ProGuard exceptions. This makes it that much easier to get started with Google Play services and one less thing for you to maintain going forward.
Want to do the same for your library? Use the consumerProguardFiles gradle DSL:
to embeds the given file(s) as 'proguard.txt' in the AAR. Those ProGuard exceptions then automatically get applied when an app sets minifyEnabled to true.
Note: this does not apply to the full play-services or play-services-all-wear AARs - only the granular AARs have this built in.
 - http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2015/03/google-play-services-70-places-everyone.html
 - https://developer.android.com/google/play-services/setup.html#split
#AndroidDev #googleplayservices #gradle
I've written about postponed shared element transitions on Google+ before, but this post goes into a bit more detail.
If you have any questions and/or suggestions, let me know in the comments. And thanks in advance to anyone who +1/reshares the post... really appreciate you all helping me get the word out! :)
Though my google logins from my Nexus 6 shows up as from a Nexus One, unless from the browser on the phone, then it correctly says Nexus 6. Had me start looking for my Nexus One...
I've been watching and playing with Kotlin for about two years now. It's gotten to the point where I think it's really viable for Android app development. I decided to take a few nights and dig into a bunch of details about the language and why it's a good candidate.
This is a slightly modified copy of a document I presented internally at Square. We're not going to turn around and write everything in Kotlin. That wouldn't make sense. This was a sell on the language, features, and its implementation such that we can start experimenting.
Since I'm not interested in hearing people yell things that I already know about their favorite non-Java languages, comments are off and closed on this post. I've used Groovy and Scala a bunch, but thanks. I haven't used Xtend or Ceylon at all (hence their omission). If you're interested in discussing those, make your own post.
#AndroidDev #Kotlin #NotScala
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- Yoga Timer -Specialized yoga version of Timer Flow
- House alarm -Home alarm remote for certain home alarm models
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