Android Two-Way Binding With ViewModel

Android Two-Way Binding With ViewModel

Intro Two-Way binding is awesome! If I had my way, I’d use two-way binding on every page. As if one-way binding wasn’t great enough, two-way binding is having it both…

Must-Have Android Packages

Must-Have Android Packages

Why use third party packages? Using third party packages for your next mobile app is a great way to speed up your time-to-market and to ameliorate the functionality of your…

Popping The Stack in Android

Popping The Stack in Android

Working with Android Tasks and Activities can be confusing to a developer and can cause a great deal of frustration. This Post is intended to review the different concepts and…

Unit Testing with Jasmine and Karma

Unit Testing with Jasmine and Karma

Background Ah – unit testing. The ugly, obnoxious step child that always seems to poke his head up at the end of a Sprint cycle when you’re out of time,…

Storing Passwords Securely in Android

Storing Passwords Securely in Android

Storing a password securely is no easy feat but Android provides a solid set of APIs and secure container to make this task a bit easier. Considerations Why store passwords…

Exploring Device Sensors with Kotlin

Exploring Device Sensors with Kotlin

I recently read an article on Android Authority about device sensors which inspired me to write this post on exploring device sensors with Kotlin. However, in this post I wanted…


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