Code an Image Gallery Android App With Glide

1. What Is Glide? Glide is a popular open-source Android library for loading images, videos, and animated GIFs. With Glide, you can load and display media from many different sources, such as remote servers or the local file system. By default, Glide uses a custom implementation of HttpURLConnection to load images over the internet. However, Glide also provides plugins

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Crash Reporting With Crashlytics

In Android, there is a high probability of your app crashing even after you have manually and automatically tested it. This can be due to factors such as incompatibility with different API levels, screen sizes, phone memory, hardware sensor availability, and vendors’ customization to suit their individual devices. Crashlytics will help you diagnose these problems.

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Part 2: Sending Data With Retrofit 2 HTTP Client for Android

What Is Retrofit? Retrofit is a type-safe HTTP client for Android and Java. Retrofit makes it easy to connect to a REST web service by translating the API into Java interfaces. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use one of the most popular and often recommended HTTP libraries available for Android. So Why Use

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Get Started With Retrofit 2 HTTP Client

What Is Retrofit? Retrofit is a type-safe HTTP client for Android and Java. Retrofit makes it easy to connect to a REST web service by translating the API into Java interfaces. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use one of most popular and often-recommended HTTP libraries available for Android. This powerful library makes

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What’s New in Firebase? Updates From the Firebase Dev Summit

Firebase’s goal is to help developers build better apps and grow them into successful businesses. By taking care of your app back-end or infrastructure, Firebase lets you focus on solving problems for your users. The new features announced at the Firebase Dev Summit this November were centered around Crash Reporting, Analytics, and support for game

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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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