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Watch the keynote of Lucas Rocha at #droidconDE: Layout traversals on Android!
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Cool. Thanks. :D Amazing quality videos. It was pretty stupid of e to ask. :D 
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That's a cool title for a photo blog :-)
 
Although I prefer to use a regular camera whenever possible, I do occasionally shoot with whatever Android device I happen to have on me. And since my digiKam library already has quite a few snapshots that I like, I thought I’d share them with the world.…
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Thanks, Wolfram! :-)
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I wrote a thing! #androiddev  

Picture this: you go to the grocery store to grab some items for dinner. At the entrance to the grocery store, you’re stopped by a security guard who asks you to hand over your keys, wallet, phone, Social Security number and personal contact information. “We just need to hang on to this stuff while you’re in the store, sir/ma’am. We’ll be careful with it, I promise. Enjoy your shopping trip.”
Even the most innocuous-seeming details can make a big difference in how users experience your app . Read more about permissions in Android Mobile.
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LOpht’s warnings about the Internet drew notice but little action - http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/business/2015/06/22/net-of-insecurity-part-3/ great piece (v @cybeardjm @basgras)#security
As the Web arrived in the 1990s, tech giants churned out flawed products, unleashing bugs that persist today.
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Just posted to Styling Android: Design Library - Part 3

In this article we turn our attention to scrolling behaviours of our ActionBar components and take a look at CoordinatorLayout
At Google I/O 2015 the Material Design Support Library was announced, and with it creating material apps targeting API levels below API 19 suddenly got a lot easier. In this series we'll look at ta...
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Drag and Swipe with RecyclerView

Just published an article about adding drag & drop and swipe-to-dismiss to RecyclerView without using a third-party library. It's a basic introduction to ItemTouchHelper and has a corresponding example project on Github:

https://github.com/iPaulPro/Android-ItemTouchHelper-Demo

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Part One: Basic ItemTouchHelper Example
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+Paul Burke​ Thank you Paul. Much appreciated your kind reply. 
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Just posted to Styling Android: Design Library - Part 4

In this article we get FAB and look at implementing the FloatingActionButton from the design library.

#gde #android #tutorial
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This is already the fourth post by +Mirosław Stanek about Dagger 2. Have a look at his blog post archive for the previous ones.
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Absolutely true. G+ has been a very important part of my online life for the past years.

And it's not just online life. I met plenty of great people in real life, which I most likely wouldn't even know of without G+.

For example: Without G+ I wouldn't be part of the +GDG Düsseldorf nor would I have met those great folks of the +The Dutch Android User Group. And I wouldn't have had Wodka in Berlin's c-base some years ago.

So happy birthday G+!

via +Juhani Lehtimäki whom I also met first via G+ and only afterwards in real life!
 
Happy 4th Birthday +Google+​!

Over the past 4 years, this social platform has impacted my life, changing it for the better. I've met countless, amazing G+ers that have become very close friends, building long lasting relationships and I've also embarked on a new career path thanks to the nature of this platform. There's no doubt in mind that the core community of this network includes the most engaging people out there.

Google, thanks for building it and to all of you, thanks for making what it is, a true social network, something beyond status updates.

Happy Birthday again +Google+​ and +Google+ Developers​! Here's to many, many more. Fingers crossed.

Let's let Google know why they should continue to invest in this value added, life changing service.
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+Paresh Mayani Yes. It's a tough nut to crack. But one day we will. The sooner the better!
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[Android Design support library => Part 1 - Floating Action Button]

Starting a new tutorial series on Android design support library. Thought about sharing my learning with the community, hope it would be helpful and easy to go!

Here you go for the first part about Floating action button. In this part, I have talked about some of the undocumented attributes and issues like margin issue and shadow issue in Lollipop!

http://www.technotalkative.com/part-1-floating-action-button/

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Floating action button (FAB) is simply a circle button with rounded shadow, floats above the UI and used to display any promoted action.
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Looks good on first sight...
Android-ReactiveLocation - Small library that wraps Google Play Service API in brilliant RxJava Observables reducing boilerplate to minimum.
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That's a great move by +Sony Xperia.

Quite a bit more complicated than with Nexus devices, but a very good and important first step!

Now could those other device vendors please follow suit!
Update – In response to queries regarding the technicalities of the post, we'd like to clarify what we've released here. We provided build instructions based on the AOSP project under the branch android-m-preview, showing the Android M platform changes so far. That build gives an early preview ...
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Not sure which devices are supported. And don't forget: It's quite a hurdle you have to jump through. It's only relevant for developers, IMHO.

But Sony doing this probably also means Sony being faster with updating it's devices to M.
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