Zomato is an Indian restaurant search and discovery service founded in 2008 by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah. It currently operates in 24 countries with more then 50 million downloads of its Android app. With such scale requires the app to be dynamic enough to support various types of restaurants, various types of cuisines in various location, hence entire app needs to be developed at scale and able to be served in all the possible forms. And we all know in android we can achieve that...
With arrival of flutter the cross platform mobile app development space has heated up this time its Jetbrains with Kotlin multi platform and Kotlin Native who wants to make a dent in the hot iron , today we have Vivek Singh from Urban clap shedding light on the same.
Almost every android developer daily works on making views. It's a most common job but making good efficient views is not as simple as it appears. Today we have Himanshu Saluja from Urbanclap dissecting the View lifecycle to help us all understand the samel Have a read here : https://medium.com/androidiots/make-fast-android-views-8d5cb2e0fe18
Functional & Reactive Programming isn't for the faint heart. There, I said it. This is the first question that pops into mind as soon as we see the words "Reactive Programming". But then what is the point of learning it. This is what we are going to explore in our new episode with Ashish Krishnan & Gurpreet Singh from Kite & Amanjeet Singh from 1mg.
Today we have Aayush Dawra who works as an Android and iOS dev @ Linkedin in SF, he shares few tidbits of his journey and life of an android developer at LinkedIn he also deep dives into the various process that they follow to make sure that their 500 million app users are happy.
Creating animations has always been fun yet tricky, with so many animations api available it can take some time to master the art of creating good, smooth animations , not anymore , android has come up with Motion Layout which tries to solve all the worries, in this episode we dissect the Api with Himanshu Saluja from Urbanclap and discover what the api has to offer for the devs.
Today we are discussing something very trivial but much ignored and something which differentiates and amateur developer from a good one i.e Memory Leaks. We have Jupneet Singh with us who will shed light on the same.
Are you an android dev and do you wish that whoever reads your multithreading code doesn't have your address and a knife. Well kotlin coroutine is here to help you with the nightmares, in this episode we have Shashank from UrbanClap , he talks about how can we use kotlin coroutines in our day to day development and make our multithreaded code easier to understand. Show notes :https://medium.com/androidiots/androidiots-podscast-7-unmasking-kotlin-coroutines-ce2711269d3b
If you have ever dealt with exceptions like TransformException, ClassNotFoundException or NoClassDefFoundError while working with a Multidex Application then you are not alone , in this episode we talk in depth about what is multidexing, the problems it solves and the one's it doesn't and how Booble Egg Team is trying to overcome limitations of google's multiplex library through their own open source lib Dexter. You can read the show notes here :...
How many times have you heard the terms ART, Dalvik, DVM, DEX, AAPT, Zygote Processes etc. and chose to ignore or read later. Well no more. In this episode of AndroIdiots Podcast we talk with Romi Chandra & Amanjeet Singh from Bobble Keyboard Engineering team about everything that goes under the hood of Android Runtime.
Do you want to write better code for your apps? if yes, just follow these SOLID programming principles Arpit Gupta from Urbanclap is talking about and have better understandable, maintainable and flexible app codes bae.
Google introduced a new build upload formant called as android app bundles , in this episode we talk about what is this new format and how developers can leverage it to reduce app size and ship code at runtime.
With Android P google is all set to release another version of Android, in this episode, Himanshu Saluja from Urbanclap will shed some light how the changes in the new android p affects the life of an android developer.