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Managing the Content Security Policy on…

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Many Jenkins plugins require changes to the default Content Security Policy (or CSP) to work correctly. A refresher on what Read More...

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Updating Mockito to mock Kotlin classes

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With the exponentially increasing usage of Kotlin these days, many developers face the issue of how to test the newly Read More...

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Simple RxJava mistakes and how to…

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1. Observable creation and error handling Consider the following example: [code lang="java"] public Observable<Book> getFavoriteBook(User user) { return Observable.just(user.getFavoriteBookId()) .flatMap(bookId Read More...

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How to handle dynamic JSON response…

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Note: This post is based on the widely used networking library. Although the examples use a Gson converter, the same Read More...

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Running Android unit / instrumentation tests…

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Unit tests Here's a few handy commands if you want to run only a specific unit test(s). Suppose we have Read More...

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Level-up your Android development by using…

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This post will list some of my favourite features of a Proxy tool that are used on a daily bases Read More...

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Percent Support Library – what, when,…

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What, when? With the release of the got a major update as well. One of the unsung heroes is a Read More...

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5 easy steps to combat Android…

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As an Android developer you should certainly know what overdraw is and why it's bad. If not - episode of Read More...

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Basic Java: What Interfaces really are?

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As an assistant of a course in basic Java in my local university, I saw a common misunderstanding among students Read More...