In this three-part series, we’ve been exploring all the major Java 8 features that you can start using in your Android projects today.
Java 8 was a huge step forward for the programming language and now, with the release of Android Studio 3.0, Android developers finally have access to built-in support for some of Java 8’s most important features.
Lambda expressions can help you remove boilerplate code from your projects and process huge amounts of data with ease. See how with this in-depth look at the Java 8 features you can start using in your Android projects today.
Android app templates have been gaining in popularity over the past few years, and that’s no wonder. They’re a huge time saver for experienced developers, helping them to cut through the slog of creating an app from scratch and focus their talents instead on the unique and customised parts of creating a new app.
A multithreaded app has two or more parts that can run in parallel. This lets the app make better use of the cores inside the device CPU. This lets it get tasks done faster and leads to a smoother and more responsive experience for the user.
In this three-part series we’ve been exploring Android instant apps, a new feature that provides an entirely new way of reaching users who don’t currently have your app installed on their device. It works by making your app discoverable and accessible from any location that supports URLs, including emails, Google search results, posts on social media platforms, YouTube comments, and forums.
Android instant apps are a powerful new way of getting your app in front of as many users as possible.
Every time you release an Android app, you’ll have at least a rough idea of what you want this app to achieve.
Animations that feel fluid and realistic tend to make user interfaces more attractive. No wonder Material Design places so much emphasis on them!
In this series of tips, we’ve been taking a closer look at some of the new Android features and tools announced at this year’s Google I/O, that you can get your hands on today.
In this series of tips, we’ve been taking a closer look at some of the new Android features and tools announced at this year’s Google I/O.