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1. Things Should Be Where They’re Supposed to Be (Strings, Colors)

There is tremendous growth in the Android ecosystem around the globe with a diverse community. People from different backgrounds, people with disabilities, people who wish to have fancy features like night mode, and more use Android apps in their day-to-day life.

Developing apps for such a diverse community is not…

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One of the best ways to display huge lists in Android is through RecyclerView. As developers, you all might have used it. We have many advanced features like view holder patterns, rich animation, Diff-Utils callback to improve performance, etc. Apps like WhatsApp and Gmail use RecyclerView to show endless conversations.

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In this article, you’re going to learn what’s android app links, and how is it different from deep links. Then how to implement android app links to a specific screen in your app.

What is Deep Linking in Android?

Deeplinks or Deep Linking is nothing but to link a specific screen/content in the app with a…

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In this article, we’re going to learn how to validate input data when a user submits a form and shows a custom error message. Validations in this article cover: empty submissions, valid email checks, and character length checks, radio group selection checks, etc.

Introduction

Jetpack Compose is one of the recent…

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In this article, you’re going to learn how to implement a sort and filter function on local storage records. Here we use Kotlin Flow to make things reactive and efficient.

Introduction

Using Room library for local storage is pretty much standard practice in 2021 android dev. One of the cool things…

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One of the significant differences that we can find in Android and iPhone is how they handle system back press. In iOS you can swipe from left to right, whereas Android offers different options. No matter which option users opt-in to use, developers can handle the event via onBackPressed function.

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In this article we’re going to learn how to create viewmodel instances based on different scopes such as activity, fragment and navigation graph(nothing but a set fragments in a stack). We also learn why we need viewmodel factory and its importance in the process.

Prerequisites

Before digging into viewmodel creation, first…

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WebEngage is all about user-engagement with relevant conversations across channels like Mobile Push, In-app Messaging, SMS, Web Overlay, Web Push, Email, WhatsApp and Facebook.

We’re going to explore a part of WebEngage capabilities in Android apps. We’ll start with the integration, then move to analytics part where can log events…

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