This post will list some of my favourite features of a Proxy tool that are used on a daily bases in my team. It’s about giving you the overview of how such a tool will help you be more efficient in your day-to-day development process. It won’t get into details of how to setup a proxy, how to use these features or which specific tool to use – this will be covered in a future post.
Let’s get to it!
With the release of Android M (API 23) the Support library got a major update as well. One of the unsung heroes is a feature badly requested since Android’s early days – the ability to set dimensions in percentages. With the release of the Percent Support Library is’t now possible to set a
View to take exactly 30% of the screen, or to set it’s
marginTop to 10% for example.
As an Android developer you should certainly know what overdraw is and why it’s bad. If not – THIS episode of Android Performance Patterns got you covered, check it out.
Finding overdraw is super easy – you can do it right on your device:
As an assistant of a course in basic Java in my local university, I saw a common misunderstanding among students what interfaces really are. In this short article I’ll try to give students another point of view.
As we all know “an interface is a group of related methods with empty bodies”*. Consider the following example: