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Get to know your audience better with Firebase Analytics

Amongst all the buzz surrounding virtual reality, Daydream, Android Nougat and all the other headline-grabbing announcements made at this year’s Google I/O, the relaunch of Firebase slipped under the radar slightly.<p>If you haven’t taken a look at the Firebase developer platform yet, then you should, …

Analytics

4 tips to make your app's user interface shine

Your app’s user interface is your most direct connection to the user, so you’ll want to make sure it’s perfect. While there’s loads of best practices out there on how to create the kind of UI that people will love using, in this article we’re going to look at four tips you might not have heard …

Google Play

Fragments 101: building better user interfaces

Android is an exciting platform to develop for, but it does have one major limitation: you can only display a single Activity onscreen at any one time (true, the upcoming Multi-Window mode does seem set to shake things up a bit, but we’ll get to that shortly).<p>That’s where fragments come in.<p>Ever …

Web Development

No More findViewById

One of the little-known features of developing an Android application with Android Studio is data binding. With it comes many excellent features that …

Android Development

Everything we know about Nintendo NX | Polygon

As its reported March 2017 debut inches closer, the codenamed Nintendo NX system remains, in large part, a mystery. Polygon has collected the facts — and fictions — that we've heard since Nintendo confirmed its new game console was on its way.<p>What's its name?<p>We've been calling it Nintendo NX, but …

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Silicon Valley

Let's build a simple Android app part 1

In this post, we’re going to build a basic, functioning app. This app, if all goes to plan, will not only serve as a learning opportunity but also as something you can reverse engineer and reappropriate for your own ends. If you’re so inclined, you can change a few details, compile it and …

Web Development