This year has been one of most challenging year for me. I have faced more failures this year. It has been a year of realisation for me. I realised multi-tasking never works (I was overconfident about my ability and took too many projects and couldn’t deliver even a single project, had to pay the price for it).
I learned everything through video tutorials all these years, finally realised the importance of reading books. It has been a year of reading and writing for me. Read around 20 books and reviewed two books and wrote a book.
I have seen lots of people converting their tests to Kotlin and then converting other module, But there is no such rule, pick any random file and convert it, check if everything is working as before.
Once you know basics of Kotlin
Companionwill add extra layer.
getX(), converter looks for property with the name
Today we are introducing AndroidStarters, boilerplate for your next Android project, made simple. Handcrafted starter projects from the community, optimised for simplicity and ease of use.
I used to be a freelance Android Developer where I worked on new projects every two months. I followed the same architecture for all my projects. Every time I started on a new one, it would easily take 2–4 weeks for configuring various libraries, developing, debugging and hacking.
With every project, I had to go through the same steps of setting up everything again and again. …
Android has a very odd lifecycle for apps, activities, and fragments. Its well defined, but odd.
There is an ongoing debate about how best to design software and how to communicate it to others. Through my career I’ve taken different approaches.
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