Walk through adding code to load remote configuration parameters into the project.
- [Instructor] So just to reiterate,…we have the code that reads the battery values,…so now we are ready to create a class…that will periodically monitor the battery status.…This will be called by our remote config code.…We right mouse on powerMonitor and create New, Class,…and we call the class BatteryMonitor;…going to be just a regular class.…In the constructor, we're going to create a thread pool.…
So let's create our private member,…ScheduledExecutorService,…and we will initialize our scheduled service…by creating a newScheduledThreadPool…and we pass it a number of 2,…to represent the number of maximum threads…that we're going to create.…
Next, we will add a method…to start and stop the battery monitor.…So the first one will be a public method,…called startMonitor().…We will actually take in a paramater called period,…startMonitor.…We will check if our ExecutorService is available.…If it's not available, we're just going to create it again.…
So makeExecutor, is just going to be the same…as what happens in the constructor;…
- Configuring Android Studio
- Getting started with Fabric.io
- Preparing for Fabric.io release
- Deploying to Fabric.io Beta
- Testing beta deployment
- Setting up Fabric.io Answers
- Defining and implementing the analytics model
- Defining interfaces for analytics
- Defining and implementing the analytics trackers
- Implementing the analytics client
- Setting up a Firebase console
- Testing Firebase authentication
- Implementing and verifying remote configuration
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Crash Reporting
2. Crashlytics Beta for Beta Deployment
3. Use Analytics
4. Firebase Authentication
5. Firebase Remote Configuration
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