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Interesting read about Web Stack for Hybrid Apps vs Native stack 

https://medium.com/@maxlynch/the-web-is-too-low-level-7a4ea4933366
A day rarely goes by without someone lamenting the “problems” of web technologies, often specifically on mobile. They’re…
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Android M, Adopt feature will be a interesting feature
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Adoptable Storage Devices!

The M Preview released earlier today has a powerful new feature that allows you to "adopt" an external storage device (like an SD card or USB drive), enabling users to move both app code (APKs) and private app data to that device.  When a storage device is adopted, the platform wraps it in a layer of encryption and formats it similar to internal storage.  (In contrast, the original Apps-on-SD feature launched back in Froyo could only move app code, not private app data.)

Also, to help users free up internal storage space, they can choose to migrate their "primary shared storage" (living at /sdcard) to any adopted device.

If you flash the preview build onto a phone/tablet, you can enable the adoption feature for testing with USB OTG devices by using the command described here:

http://developer.android.com/preview/behavior-changes.html#behavior-adoptable-storage

Normally only storage devices in long-term stable locations (like an internal SD card slot inside a phone/tablet, or a USB drive attached to a TV) are supported for adoption.

Along with all of this work, the platform now has much better support for USB OTG storage devices (think USB flash drives).  When a new device is inserted, a notification appears offering to "browse" that device along with simple options to manage/copy contents.

Please kick the tires and file bugs!  :)  #io15 #android
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Nanodegrees seems awesome...
 
We're pleased to announce the Android Nanodegree, a new type of education credential from Udacity that is designed for busy people to learn new skills and advance their careers in a short amount of time from anywhere at any time. The Android nanodegree ties together our Android courses, and provides you with a certificate that may help you be a more marketable Android developer.
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We've launched Polymer 1.0, bringing high quality app-like experiences to the browser across desktop and mobile, and introduced new Polymer elements, allowing you to drop in common features like toolbars and menus, services like maps and charts, or build a complete mobile-first checkout flow in your web app.
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In Android M, tap & hold the home button for help from Google, no matter what you’re doing on your phone. #io15
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I'm getting my new flagship killer...

https://oneplus.net/invites?kolid=AU0WC1

#oneplus2  
OnePlus creates beautifully designed products with premium build quality & brings the best technology to users around the world. No tradeoffs, we #NeverSettle.
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Wow finally I can organise my layouts...
 
Your #Android  'res\layout' folder is too big? Try making sub-folders using resource merging #AndroidDev #Gradle   
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After a couple of hours of exploring this library, I can say it is awesome so far!

Time to remove a bunch of third party libs! #AndroidDev
 
Android Design Support Library: bringing material design to life
The Design library brings a number of important material design components to all Android 2.1 or higher devices (http://goo.gl/KZBhH2). You’ll find a navigation drawer view, a floating label TextInputLayout, a floating action button, snackbar, tabs, and a motion and scroll framework to tie them together.

You’ll be able to build your navigation drawer’s items using a menu resource file and connect a TabLayout with a ViewPager with just a single call to setupWithViewPager().

AppBarLayout lets you set scroll flags to control how views such as your Toolbar scroll on and off the screen or extend it farther with CollapsingToolbarLayout to resize title text size, pin views as the app bar collapses, and add parallax effects - again just a few lines of XML.

With components that match the material design spec out of the box and the tools you need to provide rich behavior between views via the new CoordinatorLayout, the Design library gives you the building blocks needed to build a modern, great looking Android app without building everything from scratch.

#io15   #materialdesign   #supportlibrary   #AndroidDev  
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May 2015 Material Design Spec Update

Today’s a big day for design here at Google—along with the new google.com/design, we’ve got a lot more tools and content to share.

For starters, we’re updating the material design guidelines today (google.com/design/spec), with a focus on guidance for larger screens. We heard loud and clear from designers across the community that the guidelines for tablet and desktop sizes left a lot of open questions, so we’re providing additional recommendations for these sizes with this update. But that’s not all—the list of updates includes:

Adaptive UI: a new section on layout and navigation for large screens.

Navigation: a new section with suggestions for different levels of navigation.

FAB expansion: additional examples of FAB expansion animations.

Launch screens: a new section on displaying app branding and placeholder content when launching an app.

Empty states: a new section on treatment for empty collections and other empty states.

For the full breakdown of what’s been added and updated, check out the What’s New section in the spec:

http://www.google.com/design/spec/whats-new/whats-new.html

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Announcing preview of Android Studio 1.3, with improved Gradle build speed, a new memory profiler and full editing and debugging support for C++. You'll now get error correction, code completion and debugging in the same IDE interface as your Java code.
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Android Developer, with training Skills such as Java
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Well, I am a guy who carries a Positive Attitude towards Life, keep motivating my friends and coworkers. 

Love my profession and enjoy every bit of my work. Lately I have switched to Android Programming and it's really exciting. I think Android OS is really robust and always evolving to work with.

So Professionally I am an Android Developer, used to be Java Developer with Server Side Duties. I love to teach programming, So in my free time and also part time I train students into Java Development 

In my free time, I like Reading Books and multiply my Knowledge by Googling and watching YouTube. 

I do believe in God and Karma, although sometimes I don't understand religion and all those complex Rules and Regulation. So I choose my own religion and I am flexible when it comes to Praying.

When I was a Kid I used to love Skating and Cycling. They allowed me to explore nearby places. Sometimes I think to give up my beLoved Bike and start riding bicycle ;)

I talk very less, but can stand a deliver the content. 

Rest Is Mystery, Let's Discover Me...

"Your story may not have such a happy beginning, but that doesn't make you who you are. It is the rest of your story, who you choose to be!"—Soothsayer to Po, Kung Fu Panda 2
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Walked 8000+ Steps of Girnar Mountain to find Peace
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Android and Server Side Java Developer, and In my free time in conduct Java trainings
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One of the best Jain Pilgrimage. Soo Peaceful and life changing journey to the Shree Neminath Thirtankar. When you reach to the temple after walking around 8000 footsteps, all the pain goes off the you feel peace and happiness, the real joy of life.
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Food taste is good. They have this Humpty Dumpty which is awesome starter. Punjabi food is also awesome
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The Location of the Hotel is in the center (Market) area, so its too noisy. There are two Estend Hotels nearby. One Old and a new one. Old Hotel is very poorly maintained and new hotel is a bit better. The Staff was was and co-operative, but the location is too noisy and spoils the honeymoon mood. They use some very strong cleaning agent (liquid) which stinks and causes headache.
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Peaceful religious place with Bhojan shala and lots of other activities There is also a yoga center running which is great.
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Worst Hotel I have ever stayed and spoiled my last two days of honeymoon. The Staff is very rude, irresponsible and lazy. The Food is pathetic and the managers and waiters there are very arrogant. Though the Hotel is very huge and has lots of employees, it's not at all maintained, esp food department. They even have old Window AC which are too noisy. We changed the room but we very counting hours to get out of the hotel. Top priority is given to the Foreigners, but not to the Indians. What a shame.
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What a Beauty!!! Excellent Location to spend honeymoon with your loved one. The Weather and the atmosphere is simply amazing. The staff is very well behaved, co-operative and very helpful. I spent the best days of my honeymoon @ TheWind.
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