Communication Within an Android App With EventBus

A typical Android app tends to be composed of many layers, modules or structures such as Fragments, Activities, Presenters, and Services. Effective communication between these components can become difficult if they are tightly coupled together. In the lower level of your app architecture, such as the database, when an action happens, you might want to

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Android Studio Structural Search And Replace(SSR)

As developers, we all want to refactor our codes or make them follow a certain coding standard or pattern. You can have your own personal preference for naming methods, classes, instance fields etc or follow your organisation’s own standard. In this post, I will be taking about an interesting feature in Android Studio, which is

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Recap Of Google Launchpad Build Lagos : All About Firebase

A man can only attain knowledge with the help of those who possess it. This must be understood from the very beginning. One must learn from him who knows – George Ivanovich Gurdjieff On the 22nd September 2016, I attended a conference called Google Launchpad Build. Launchpad Build is an event series aimed at raising

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What I learnt From Facebook Developer Circles: Lagos Meetup

There is this saying that no man is an island. This is very true to be a competent and modern developer. By attending developer meetups, you learn a lot and network with fellow developers. On Saturday, 17th September, 2016 I attended a meetup called Facebook Developer Circles: Lagos(details can be found here). It’s really exciting

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Introduction to Android Gradle

What is Gradle? Gradle is simply a software or toolkit used for building software. These kinds of softwares are also called “build automation software” or “build systems”.¬†Build automation is the process of automating the creation of a software build and the associated processes including: compiling computer source code into binary code, packaging binary code, and

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Meeting Mark Zuckerberg

On Tuesday August 29th, 2016 Mark Elliot Zuckerberg – Co-Founder & CEO of Facebook visited the Nigerian tech industry. I had previously attended a hackathon, where myself and my team built a Facebook Messenger bot for victims of sexual assault or violence. We came second in the hackathon (you can read more about it here).

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Event: My Participation In ChimeHack 3 Hackathon

I was fortunate to register and attend a hackathon organised by Cchub in partnership with CHIME FOR CHANGE, Global Citizen, and Facebook called ChimeHack 3 nine days ago. A 2-day hackathon to identify ways and build technology solutions leveraging social media for reporting and eliminating violence against women. You can read more about the hackathon

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