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We #AndroidDev  users have to look for another option of staying connected as same, but then we would have to start from scratch to build up a good community as here!

People have told us that accessing all of their Google stuff with one account makes life a whole lot easier. But we’ve also heard that it doesn’t make sense for your Google+ profile to be your identity in all the other Google products you use.

So in the coming months, a Google Account will be all you’ll need to share content, communicate with contacts, create a YouTube channel and more, all across Google. YouTube will be one of the first products to make this change, and you can learn more on their blog. As always, your underlying Google Account won’t be searchable or followable, unlike public Google+ profiles. And for people who already created Google+ profiles but don’t plan to use Google+ itself, we’ll offer better options for managing and removing those public profiles.

From link: http://googleblog.blogspot.in/2015/07/everything-in-its-right-place.html
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Drag and Swipe with RecyclerView - Part Two

Just (finally) published part 2 of the series, Handles, Grids, and Custom Animations. Was hoping to fit more in, but the good news is that part 3 will come much quicker this time!

Corresponding GitHub project was also updated:
https://github.com/iPaulPro/Android-ItemTouchHelper-Demo

Please file any issues:
https://github.com/iPaulPro/Android-ItemTouchHelper-Demo/issues

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Part Two: Handles, Grids, and Custom Animations
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+Romin Irani has started a new series on Docker.

I really like your style :D and I am inspired to write 101 tutorial series on my blog, by your style only!

"True to my style, I prefer doing 101 tutorials and want as many people to get started on any technology." - Romin
 
Just launched.@Docker Tutorial Series : 4 Parts already published : http://goo.gl/yMLl2p Make this your one stop tutorial to learn Docker and ask questions. #docker #tutorial
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Thanks for releasing an update, but can anyone please share where can I find release note?
 
Android Support Library 22.2.1 available now
This release is focused on product quality and stability, with a healthy dose of bugs and edge cases now fixed, particularly for users of the Android Design Library (http://goo.gl/ZgmA99) introduced in version 22.2.0.

You’ll also find a number of API improvements as well:
- FloatingActionButton’s new show() and hide() methods to allow triggering the appropriate animations programmatically
- Snackbar gains LENGTH_INDEFINITE for continuing to show a Snackbar until it is dismissed or another Snackbar is shown
- TabLayout now allows you to retrieve the currently selected tab via getSelectedTabPosition()
- NotificationCompat.MediaStyle now uses a fully fluent API, allowing chaining methods together
- RecyclerView’s SortedList now has convenience methods to batch insert items

Please continue to file any Support Library bugs at https://goo.gl/QHIwpH
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Google Fit is simply unusable now! I am disappointed since I used it religiously for the last 3-4 months. 

Last 10 days, I drove my scooter for 7 days for 40 kms each day. It never recorded that activity and which is good as far as I am concerned. Today, it decided that I was cycling. 

I am fine if it says that I cycled 40 kms -- but here is the catch. It says I cycled around 28 kms, a couple of kms has been classified as walk and the rest are missing. 

Prior to Google IO, this app was working like a charm. 
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+Kiran Rao - "If Google were Rahul Dravid?" -- now that is an interesting view point. Anyways, let's hope that in true database spirit, Google Fit will be "eventually consistent"! 

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Congrats original Android team (+Rich Miner, +Andy Rubin) and thanks for founding it and later merge it with Google!

Now question is Where would be android after 10 years? :-)

https://twitter.com/richminer/status/619843437261680640
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There is an issue in android issue/bug tracker! Someone please get rid of these non-sense garbage!
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We have just released a new Udacity course on Ubiquitous Computing. It's a great introduction to developing across Google platforms such as Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, and Google Cast. Using your existing Android knowledge, +Timothy Jordan, +Joshua Gordon, and myself will show you how to extend your existing apps to these new platforms without having to reinvent the wheel.

I personally worked on the Android Wear and Android Auto parts, and it was a lot of fun to create the material for this.

Join the class at https://www.udacity.com/course/android-ubiquitous-computing--ud875 and you can try it out for free!

I look forward to hearing your feedback on this!
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Here you go for the support library API difference between 22.2.0 and 22.1.0

http://developer.android.com/sdk/support_api_diff/22.2.0/changes.html

H/t: +Chris Banes 
JDiff is a Javadoc doclet which generates an HTML report of all the packages, classes, constructors, methods, and fields which have been removed, added or changed in any way, including their documentation, when two APIs are compared.
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+Gabriele Mariotti ohh ya! Plus as you said, this library isn't officially documented yet!

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Optimizing Image loading with Object pooling included:
Yelp uses Glide for image rendering in ListViews.
Dynamically loaded images are a cornerstone of many Android applications. At Yelp, images are critical to how we connect consumers with great businesses. As network connections and device hardware have become more powerful, the quantity and quality of images that users have come to expect has ...
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Just published part 4 - Playing with NavigationView in my exploring android design support library tutorial series.

In this part, I have explored about preparing NavigationView at design time. Also covered how you can add items into the NavigationView programmatically!

http://www.technotalkative.com/part-4-playing-with-navigationview/

#AndroidDev   #AndroidDesign  
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+Murat Can BUR To tint the icon or to change text color, you can use app:itemIconTint for icons and app:itemTextColor for text colors.

OR if you would want to change it programatically then use setItemIconTintList() or setItemTextColor() of NavigationView.

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Just published....how to display different colored snackbar!

#AndroidDev   #AndroidDesign  
Snackbar is one of the component of android design support library. This tutorial is about creating stylish snackbar with background color and text color.
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+Mario Viviani I agree with what +Gabriele Mariotti has said that you or developers have to pay attention to the colors used for the actions. I have just shown a way how you can beautify the snackbar, rest is up to the developers how they would use it!

Just to add more details into the point, that color is the default ascent color of default theme, so if you would want to change that then define an ascent color in your theme!
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