Welcome to this weekly series of tips and tricks for Android developers. Developing in Android is a constant learning experience. Each week, I’ll share a technique that I’ve used to speed up my coding, or make my apps faster, more reliable, or better looking.
- [David] Hi, I'm David Gassner. Welcome to this weekly series of tips and tricks for Android developers. Developing in Android is a constant learning experience. Each week, I'll share a technique that I've used to speed up my own coding, or to make my apps faster, more reliable, or better looking. Some of these tips will focus on an app's user interface. Others on backend processing. And many of them will introduce open source libraries you can use to get your work done more quickly with less code.
This series will be updated weekly, so check our site often to see the latest installment, and if you have a tip you want to share, let me know and I'll add it to the series.
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