Introducing androidEveryday()

Today I embark on a journey to maintain yet another website and write at least three posts to this publication. This website was developed in about 10-15 hours and was created entirely using WordPress and Gutenberg. What’s the purpose of this publication? To help Android Developers.

If you’re an Android Developer desiring to build skills and create native apps, this is the place for you. Check back weekly for updates. Enjoy!

Daniel Malone Daniel Malone
Bringing more than a decade of software engineering experience, Daniel Malone is Editor at androidEveryday. An Austin native, Daniel is often found reading technical books, blogging and creating YouTube tutorials. When not working, he likes to listen to pop hits on Google Play Music.

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Android RecyclerView Tutorial (Part 1)

  • Most apps contain lists of data using RecyclerView.
  • In this tutorial, use ConstraintLayout and Kotlin to display a list of data.

1 year ago

findViewById() in Kotlin

  • As you may have discovered, findViewByid() is no longer needed.
  • Kotlin adds the ability to directly access Views.

1 year ago

Android Architecture Components Tutorial: ViewModel + LiveData

  • Use Kotlin to build a basic Android app using Android Architecture Components.
  • As part of Jetpack, LiveData and ViewModel support a MVVM app architecture.

1 year ago

Android SharedPreferences Tutorial in Kotlin

  • Use SharedPreferences to store simple data in Android Studio projects.
  • It's good for storing small amounts of data

    1 year ago

Cleaner Architecture for Android Apps

  • Clean Architecture for Android can help developers prepare for change.
  • But app developers can't possibly know what will change.

    1 year ago

Android RecyclerView with Kotlin – Part 3

  • In part three of this series, finish creating the RecyclerView.
  • Use onBindViewHolder to display data.

1 year ago

Android RecyclerView with Kotlin – Part 2

  • Create the entire RecylerView for our UsersAdapter.
  • Continued from part 1, where we set up the Android Studio project.

1 year ago

Android and RxJava: Using a Single

  • Use RxJava's Single class when the expected type is either a success or error.
  • It's only slightly different from Observable.just(), which we discussed in the last article.

1 year ago

Android and RxJava: Getting Started

  • The powerful library RxJava can help developers build better apps.
  • See how to use Observables and Observers in this tutorial.

1 year ago

Android RecyclerView with Kotlin - Part 1

  • Oftentimes, developers need to display a list of some sort of data.
  • Whatever type of data is displayed, you should use a RecyclerView.

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Display Sample Data when Creating a RecyclerView

  • Android Studio's default RecyclerView preview lacks sample data.
  • Adding sample data can be helpful for debugging.

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