Tips on how to improve your ‪Android‬ ‪UX

During recent Android app clinics I hosted and/or attended, I started noticing developers/designers implement some common UX flaws and found myself questioning if they know how to do proper UX. Some of those Android applications I’ve seen are really well thought out from a technical point of view, but lack good UX. So maybe I should share some techniqu
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What’s new in Android Testing

During Droidcon Italy Stephan Linzner from Google explained upcoming features in the Android Testing Support Library. Lets have a closer look at some:
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The Hitchhiker’s guide to Android Testing, part 2: Espresso

As mentioned in the first article Ali Derbane and me wrote about Android Functional Testing, there are a lot of frameworks you can use. In this second part of the journey I will be explaining the functional testing framework called Espresso.
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Droidcon Tunisia

Two weeks ago I got invited to attend the Droidcon Tunisia. During this two day conference I got to meet so many passionate android developers. During the course of two days I gave two talks and one workshop. The workshop “Prototype your Mobile UX design” was intended to show participants how to prototype an Android application. 100 participants
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Archive addition Android artifacts with Gradle.

When building Android applications or libraries common practice is to save your artifacts to a local file storage or repo. Beside your APK there are some additional artifacts you want/need to save, and you want gradle to do this. Most common ones are Javadoc, your source files and perhaps your proguard generated files like the mapping file. I naturally wante
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