Everything About Android’s In-App Update API

Being a developer, I would always want that the user should have latest/updated version of the app. After all, a happy and satisfied user is the measure of a good app. 🙂 But there are some barriers which come between the user and the latest version of the app. For example, automatic updates may only … Continue reading Everything About Android’s In-App Update API

Merge Multiple adapters with MergeAdapter

Android introduced the most awaited feature of merging the data adapter into the list with the release of recyclerview:1.2.0-alpha02 package. MergeAdapter is a new class available which enables you to sequentially combine multiple adapters to be displayed in a single RecyclerView. This enables you to better management of your adapters rather than having to combine many … Continue reading Merge Multiple adapters with MergeAdapter

Dependency Injection in Android with Dagger 2

Google drives developers to produce scalable and modular code with Android Architecture components. Dagger 2 takes it much further, creating a single repository where all your classes are initialized so that every Activity, Fragment, ViewModel and Repository is free from initializing the classes they are dependent on. Dagger 2 uses Dependency Injection to create scalable, … Continue reading Dependency Injection in Android with Dagger 2