Talk from Droidcon London 2016.
The design library introduced CoordinatorLayout, AppBarLayout and CollapsingToolbarLayout last year. This talk will go through how it all works, from CoordinatorLayout Behaviors, to nested scrolling.Talk from Google I/O 2016.
Compatibility with older versions of Android is a must-have for most applications. Join members of the Android Support Library team as they walk through recent advances in backwards compatibility, explain important changes, and discuss the future of the support libraries.Talk from Android Dev Summit 2015.
The Android Support Libraries contain great libraries which help you jump-start your Android app. Chris Banes and Adam Powell use their expertise in Android Support Libraries at Google to discuss all the ins and outs along the way.Talk from Londroid.
The Android Support Libraries contain great libraries which help you jump-start your Android app. Chris Banes and Adam Powell use their expertise in Android Support Libraries at Google to discuss all the ins and outs along the way.Over the past few months I've been receiving a ton of emails, tweets, G+
mentions and GitHub issues in connection with my open source libraries. So I
thought I would set out what my plan is for them in the future, and the order in
which I'll be tackling the backlog.
The library which is taking up the majority of my personal dev time at the
moment before it hits v1.0. I've done this library a bit differently that my
previous ones as I've developed it in the open, whereas Over the past few weeks I've been updating ActionBar-PullToRefresh
[http://github.com/chrisbanes/ActionBar-PullToRefresh] for the release of v0.7,
but have been a bit blocked on publishing the library as an Android Archive
(aar) to Maven Central [http://search.maven.org/]. It was the number one
issue/request that I received, and while I had a working local Gradle build I
could not find an easy way to publish the results.
There a few solutions out there but nothing really definitive. The main
sSo this is my first blog post on ActionBar-PullToRefresh. I've been mainly
talking about it on Google+ up until now as it simply was not ready for
production use. Well today I tagged and push v0.4 of the project, which adds the
main missing feature: automatically styling based on your Action Bar style.
First of all here's a video of how it works:
So here's a non-exhaustive list of it's features:
* By default mirrors the Gmail implementation: grow from center progress bar.
* ListVieAndroid-PullToRefresh was started about 18 months ago, as I needed it for a
project (Friendcaster). Since then I’ve kept maintaining the project, pushing it
forward and adding new features.
Well today I’m stopping development. There are two reasons for this, the first
is that it is feature complete. The second reason is that the volume of ‘issues’
I get is taking up too much of my time.
At the end of the day, it’s open source. If you want something added or fixed,
you have the source to do so.A while ago I wrote Android-BitmapMemoryCache, a cache based off of LruCache
which would cache Android Bitmap objects in memory in a clever way. You can get
the full details from this earlier post
[http://www.senab.co.uk/2012/07/01/android-bitmap-caching-revisited/], but the
bottom line is that it knew when a Bitmap was no longer being used, and so would
I left it like that the past 5 months and I knew it worked. I was aware though,
that developers were looking for something a littl