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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.6, in all formats. Just visit https://wares.commonsware.com and download away, or set up an account and subscribe!

This update adds coverage of tasks, Android apps on Chrome OS,
and UI Automator 2.0, among other things.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.5, in all formats. Just log into https://wares.commonsware.com and download away, or set up an account and subscribe!

This update focuses mostly on RecyclerView.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.3, in all formats. Just log into your Warescription page and download away, or set up an account and subscribe!

Highlights include: Android Studio 1.0, bits of Material Design, AppCompat and Maps V2 updates.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.2, in all formats. Just log into your Warescription page and download away, or set up an account and subscribe!

Highlights include: preliminary Android 5.0 coverage, particularly on Project Volta, and tutorial updates for Android Studio 0.8.14.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.0, in all formats
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 5.8, in all formats.
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the best of the best book...thanke you google
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PSA: There appears to be a regression in AlarmManager behavior on Android 5.1, where repeat intervals of less than a minute are rounded up to a minute.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.4, in all formats. Just log into https://wares.commonsware.com and download away, or set up an account and subscribe!

Highlights include JUnit4 and Leanback.
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Public Service Announcement: If you're like me and missed this semi-breaking change in Android 5.0, splitActionBarWhenNarrow is no longer supported.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 6.1, in all formats. Just log into your Warescription page and download away, or set up an account and subscribe!

Highlights include: Wear notifications, the Storage Access Framework, full-text indexing with SQLite, and Gradle for Android 0.13.
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Subscribers now have access to the latest release of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, known as Version 5.9, in all formats.
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If your app uses WebView (whether the new 4.4 Chromium-flavored one or the classic one), and it loads a Web page that presents a revoked SSL certificate (whether due to a server configuration error, a Martian-in-the-middle attack, or whatever), WebView will load and show the page anyway, with no warning to the user.
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I've got my Motorola modem right here, it has all the fancy compressions :) But no one was checking CRLs in those days either.

Seriously though, it's more about latency than speed, which can actually be higher on mobile compared to dial up. Which starts being a problem if you need to open two connections (one to the target site, one to the server hosting the CRL) every time.

BTW, the only platform that implements these things reasonably well is Windows, but it took them quite a while to get there. 

Also I am working on the documenting decisions part, but it's slow going...
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