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Creating sticky item in RecyclerView – fullscreen and interactive

Sometimes you need to make a sticky item in RecyclerView. Sounds easy, right? But recently I faced a challenge while working on a ad-related implementation – with a need to create fullscreen and interactive one for the new ad position on the front page of the app.

Going global with the old project

Mobile apps internationalization story.

Most interesting technologies from Google I/O – sandboxes

I had a great opportunity to fly to California this month & visit Mountain View to see how Google I/O conference looks in real life. The most interesting stuff was happening inside differently themed tents. Here is what I saw there. During the Google I/O 2018, in nine tents, everyone

Securing data in your repository with git-crypt – an android example

Most of the projects are using some data that needs to be treated with extra care. Like client secrets, ids, API keys, or, for Android, necessary keystore file. This data is sometimes stored in the repository for convenience and sometimes kept out (gitignored) and passed between developers.

From Fabric to Firebase  – on the road with GDPR

Dealing with GDPR is not an easy task for any software engineer, including Android Developers. In order to ensure that projects I’m working in are ready for the new privacy policy, I’ve followed the road of migration from Fabric to Firebase. 

One card to rule them all

Recycler View

Or how to present items on one card in a recycler view.

Getting started with Android Things – GDD way

Getting started with Android Things

Getting started with Android Things is relatively easy. I had an opportunity to check it out for the first time during one of the training sessions during Google Developer Days Europe 2017. Let’s check it out!

I’ve tried Flutter SDK at GDD Europe. Should you?

During Google Developer Days Europe in Cracow, Poland I’ve tried Flutter SDK. Should you do the same?

Kotlin - lessons learned from early adoption

Design of the bulb by Freepik.com

There is a lot of information recently about Kotlin, what it is, how better it is from Java, should you move to Kotlin, who created it and above all that Google officially support it since I/O 2017. You can easily find materials teaching you all great features Kotlin has. But

Swipe to delete done easier than you thought

Swipe to delete

Recently I had to implement swipe to delete function. As is often the case, sometimes you need to enhance the functionality in the application using 3rd party libraries. This is what happened.

Refactoring — been there, done that

It’s fine to fail, make mistakes and learn from them. Still, you will leave behind some things that you are not proud of, and when it comes to fixing them, my advice can come to the rescue.

Is this year’s WWDC17 good for iOS developers?

WWDC17 summary

WWDC 2017 brought a variety of announcements with lots of new changes for all different segments of Apple’s ecosystem. How it’s been so far in the eyes of our iOS developers? Find out by watching a replay of our first ever live stream!