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Fast low cost development: Using Pusher REST API on Android.

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Tags: #Android #API #Java #Pusher #REST

One of the projects I was working on was an Android app that will not be published on the store and will only be used for one day by one user – a truck driver that will drive around the streets of Stockholm before Christmas eve and give some kind of Christmas gifts. This app … Continue reading “Fast low cost development: Using Pusher REST API on Android.”



Tags: #Android #Design #shortcuts #sources

Android is awesome, flexible and hackable when it comes to UI components. A smart developer can make use of existing UI components and reusing components. By that saving time and producing a maintainable healthy code. In this article, I introduce my way of making reusable components that can also have multiple xml layouts but with … Continue reading “Making template views in Android like a pro”



Tags: #Android #GDPR #Java #PHP #privacy

GDPR came with a huge benefit for those who cares about their privacy in the EU. But we can’t deny that it was a huge headache for business owners, bloggers and everyone owning a website or app. In this article is directed for website or app owners that serve Ads. I will only cover two … Continue reading “GDPR compliance for Adsense and AdMob. A lazy approach for Android and PHP”



Tags: #Android #network #shortcuts #sources

Why wasting your time searching for peaces of code over when making Android projects. Android shortcut series provides a source for all android developers to copy and paste needed code. In this article, I gather a set of utilities I use in most of projects, and usually find my self using over and over again. … Continue reading “Android Shortcuts: Most frequently used utilities”



Tags: #Android #Design

MPAndroidChart is one of the most powerful chart libraries. However, at work the designer gave me a chart with rounded corners. And I had to research and found this solution .. I hope it helps someone in the future. Bar chart Create a class RoundedBarChartRenderer that extends BarChartRenderer. Then use it like following: Horizontal Bar … Continue reading “MPAndroidChart rounded corners BarChart and HorizontalBarChart”



Tags: #Android #shortcuts #sources

A copy paste reference and source for all Android developers. Its not perfect bur will definitely save someone time. PS:This list will be extended over time. Style No action bar In your styles.xml add Set the style in the manifest.xml Colors Color palettes source Custom layouts EditText Edit text dark flat Edit text style Borderless … Continue reading “Android Shortcuts: Styling and Colors”



Tags: #Android #Android Studio #gradle #shortcuts

So you are staring your android project and need to prepare your gradle file. Here is a shortcut offered to you on a gold plate. Adding the essential repositories Android studio with gradle is an awesome framework that offers you a painless way to add libraries to your projects without any hassle. In order to … Continue reading “Android Shortcuts: Starting a new project”



Tags: #Android #Java #shortcuts #sources

One of the regularly used functionality in android applications is SharedPreferences. It allows the developer to save and cache simple values during the apps life time in a persistent manner. I usually see myself using this functionality and writing a wrapper class every time I need to use this functionality in one of my apps. … Continue reading “Android Shortcuts: SharedPreferences”



Tags: #Android #Android Studio #Java

One of the dirty ways (in my opinion) to use the ListView and GridView in android is inside a ScrollView. The reason I do it sometimes is to have multiple ListViews or GridViews or a combination of both with other elements inside a LinearLayout. This time I will review how to achieve the following: GirdView … Continue reading “Dirty ways to use GirdView and ListView in a ScrollView Android”



Tags: #Android #Java

Few weeks ago, I needed a way to show if there is an a newer version of an app on Google’s play store. I needed a solution that does not require me having a server setup, where I have to keep a value of the latest version. Everything needs to be dynamic. I found a … Continue reading “Querying Google Play from your latest version of your Android app”



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