Starting with RxJava is (not) Hard!

Writen by Aitor Viana

Topics: RxJava

You Can Now Add TV Channels to your Android App

For Android developers looking for an easier way to deliver live to Android TV, Google has released the TV Input Framework (TIF). The framework provides an API for manufactures to create TV Input Modules, as well as live TV search and recommendations, to make it easier to meet regional digital TV broadcast standards.

Topics: Android TV

AnDevCon and Women Who Code Team Up for a Unique Networking Event

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Women in technology has been a hot-button topic for some time now, and it’s not losing steam any time soon. Fortunately, there is a ton of support for women looking to get more involved through groups such as Women Who Code (WWCode), a global nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. If you are interested in learning more about this group, or want to connect with your peers, AnDevCon: The Android Developer Conference is having a Women in Android Luncheon on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport.

Topics: AnDevCon

Take a Crack at React Native with Kyle Banks

React Native is all the rage these days, allowing developers to write native Android and iOS applications with JavaScript, based on the React framework for the web. React was created by Facebook in order to better develop large-scale, stateful web applications, and React Native is their solution for writing native mobile applications with a single codebase.

Topics: React Native

Cyanogen Kills CyanogenMod 14 and Moves onto 14.1

Topics: CyanogenMod

Firebase Storage and Additional Tools

Throughout this series we've covered a lot of the available tools in Firebase for Android developers. In this article we'll finish up by going over Firebase Storage, as well as some of the non code based features of Firebase, such as web hosting and device test lab.

Topics: Firebase

Good news! Android 7.1 Developer Preview Coming Soon

Topics: Android N

Can you Find Andromeda?

The tech press has been known to get it wrong every once in awhile, and if you’re a developer, you probably know about the rumors that have been swelling for years about Chrome and Android merging. This time, the merger even had new exciting name, Andromeda, or as one reporter put it, one OS to rule them all. Yet, Google’s October 4th event came and went without even a mention. Where is Andromeda? Is it even real, or is it just a dream?

Topics: Android News

Made by Google and Powered by AI

AI was the theme of the Made by Google Livestream today, and Sundar Pichai and his team illustrated how it will be integral to the next great change in computing. Pichai took the stage and told the audience of more than 300,000 livestreamers that AI is an essential component of Google’s goal to build a personal Google for each and every user.

Topics: Android News

Customizing User Experience and Engagement Through Firebase

While getting users to install your app is no easy task, keeping users engaged can be even more of a challenge. In this tutorial we will explore a few of the tools available through Firebase for Android to not only keep users engaged and interested in your application, but to also bring in new users.

Topics: Firebase