This is second part of a 6 posts series. In the first post I talked around basics of fragment oriented architecture. From this post onwards, I’ll be talking about it’s implementation details. (Sample application’s source code and README) In this … Continue reading
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This is a series of 6 blog posts which explains about Fragment Oriented Architecture in Android applications. In this first post, I’m going to explain what is Fragment Oriented Architecture and why shall one care. In subsequent posts I’m going to talk about following topics.
Preparing your app for Android L ? While using native executables in our existing Android apps we observed that those executables were no more working with Android L. We came to know that Android has introduced one more security feature … Continue reading
Recently we were working on a feature where we had to combine an image and audio to create a video on mobile devices. In iOS this can be done using AVAssetExportSessionthough – for detail see this link However, we could … Continue reading
Most of us are oblivious of our spending behavior and more often than not end up asking questions like â€˜How can I improve my spending habitsâ€™? Or â€˜how can I hold back unwanted expensesâ€™? Letâ€™s accept it, mainstream population is … Continue reading
I think Android is an undiscovered Gold mine for mobile app developers who want to build sustainable business. 1. Not just for smart phones : We are moving towards machines that will be somewhere between Smartphone, Netbook and PC. We … Continue reading