What’s New in Android UI Engineering
·38 words·1 min
Conference: Droidcon NYC 2015 Co-speakers: Nick Butcher and Roman Nurik Description> Description # A round-up of some of the latest new tools and frameworks that help you make amazing, beautiful, and very material Android UIs.
Support Libraries v22.1.0
·1466 words·7 mins
It’s been a while since my last post so here we are. You may have seen that the 22.
Theme vs Style
·815 words·4 mins
Android 5.0 Lollipop brings with it new functionality which allows you to specify an override theme for a View (and any descendents).
·46 words·1 min
Conference> Conference # Droidcon London 2014 Co-speakers> Co-speakers # Nick Butcher Description> Description # A deep dive into the Material design system for both designers and developers.
·580 words·3 mins
Tried the Android Lollipop SDK? You may have noticed that Palette’s API has been updated.
appcompat v21: material design for pre-Lollipop devices!
·1607 words·8 mins
The Android 5.0 SDK was released today and among the many tasty updates, includes new UI widgets and theming abilities to create material design style apps.
·111 words·1 min
Here’s something Roman Nurik and I wrote to help with dealing with Android System UI visibility across the different API levels.
·479 words·3 mins
Tried the Android L preview SDK? You may have noticed a new support library called Palette.
Philm is now open source
·122 words·1 min
If you haven’t seen Philm yet, it is a movie collection and information app that I created for Android.
·401 words·2 mins
If you start manually drawing things to Android’s Canvas, you will probably start to draw text as well.