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One of the new concepts introduced in Android is Volley. The reason, volley library is preferred over other similar libraries is because it is authored by Google engineers. But one of the major problems with… Read More »Android Volley ImageLoader and NetworkImageView Example
A lot of people have been asking me how to integrate YouTube channels into an Android app. The answer is, by usage of YouTube data API and YouTube Android player API. Since as of now… Read More »Android YouTube API Example For Channels
Google introduced a new feature in Android Lollipop release, which allows the applications to become corporate network friendly. They call it the Android for work. In a way now with new Android(5.o) release, big organizations… Read More »How To Develop An Android App For Work
Being an Android developer I always had a development oriented approach. But once you start exploring things from a learning perspective, discoveries are stupendous. I never realized the full potential of AppCompat library in Android,… Read More »Android SwitchCompat Example
Android is an evolving platform. Recently 5.0 (Lollipop) version of Android was released, along with the official RecyclerView support v7 library. As per the official documentation RecyclerView is a major enhancement over ListView. It contains many… Read More »Android RecyclerView vs ListView | Comparison
Earlier mid last year Google released a unified design guideline for web, smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, called Material Design. As per Google’s official design spec, material design is inspired from the concept of paper… Read More »Android Material Design With Backward Compatibility
Recently a new framework was introduced for Android in Google I/O called Android Volley. This new framework was introduced to reduce the complexity involved in fetching data over network. Being Android developers we all know… Read More »Android Volley vs AsyncTask | Better Approach?