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Create your own app play music | for beginner android developer

Android Studio 3.3 (Canary 12), using the Create Project wizard there is no option called "Activity & Fragment + ViewModel" . How do I restore this capability?

I'm playing around with the rootless pixel launcher and was wondering where the class is that makes the folder icon a circle I want to change the shape to a squacle any ideas on how to do this?

Thanks in advance

So does anyone know what class in the launcher3 source code that handles the UI when you open a folder? I want to change it to something like what evie launcher has but not exactly thank you very much!

Edit: here's what I'd like to make the open folder look like:

I started using LiveData which is binded to view using data binding. I have to initiate the request using retrofit when the button is pressed. I am using LiveDataCallAdapter with retrofit. There was an example which will explain about use of Transformation for achieving that. Is there any way to achieve this without using another livedata.

Also I want to show and hide progressbar during that api call.

Can anyone help me regarding this.

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RecycleView with multiple View types and inner horizontal RecycleView

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In this part, we learn below topics:

. Functional / UI / Espresso Unit Test Report
. Android Emulator Plugin
. Espresso Test run on local machine emulator from Jenkins
. Functional / UI / Espresso Test Coverage Report
. Email Notification integration with Jenkins
. Slack Notification integration with Jenkins
. Deliver APK using Fabric with Jenkins
. Integration between Google Play Store and Jenkins
. Creating a Google Play Service Account on Google API console
. Conversion from .keystore file to .p12 certificate
. Signed APK generation from Unsigned-Release-APK
. Deployment APK on Play Store ( Alpha, Beta, Production Channel) with Jenkins
. Auto Increment of Version Code
. Auto Tag creation of git

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FYI, if you're using the Navigation Editor and upgraded to Android Studio 3.2 Beta 1 - you'll need to manually enable it under the 'Experimental' section of Android Studio's settings.
Navigation Editor and Android Studio 3.2 Beta 1
The Navigation Editor is still experimental and is therefore disabled by default in +Android Studio 3.2 Beta 1. Re-enable it by going to the IDE 'Settings/Preferences' dialog, selecting 'Experimental' in the left pane, then 'Enable Navigation Editor'.

We're tracking updating the Navigation documentation to specifically call this out in this bug: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/110564366

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Before I launch into a potential waste of time I just want to know if the scenario shown below is possible with the CoordinatorLayout.

I want to switch between major functions in the Activity via the BottomNavigationView. Each choice places a different Fragment into the FrameLayout. One of the Fragments contains a ViewPager which itself hosts multiple Fragments. One of the Fragments has a RecyclerView with a FloatingActionButton.

The question: Is there any way that I can tie the FAB (using behaviours) to the BottomNavigationView and have it hide when I scroll the RecyclerView? In addition I want to have the FAB move horizontally as views are dragged left/right in the ViewPager.
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Hi, I did watched an I/O presentation about Android Things, "Build effective OEM-level apps on Android Things"(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVtYVjGGYmE), and Dave Smith talked about split the app in multiple module, can anyone share some link on how to implement that for Android Things or something to give me a direction? I've seem many tutorials, but I'm still confused. Thank you.
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