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Supercharging your Android Gradle

As an Android developer, you will have definitely find your way into the Gradle configuration files. It’s the place where you import your dependencies, change your app version and build numbers.

It’s also quite a mysterious island. Although it is something that we facing it everyday, but many of us still finding new interesting things you do with it.




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