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Build Your own MVI Framework

This article was first published by Mariusz Dąbrowski in the App’n’roll Publication on Medium. Model View Intent (MVI) architecture is getting more and more attention in the Android developer community. In this article I will demonstrate how to create a simple framework using this pattern. I will not be describing the idea behind the MVI…

How can illustration enhance your project and when to use it?

This article was first published by Dominik Korolczuk in the App’n’roll Publication on Medium. Breathing life into abstract concepts Sometimes what we are trying to get across is hard to put into words and most of the time, a concept is impossible to photograph. That’s when illustration comes into play. Imagine trying to explain a water cycle to…

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About client workshops and why they are a great way to kick off a design project

This article was first published by Karol Wozniak in the App’n’roll Publication on Medium. Client workshops bring together people who represent different teams involved in a particular project. They usually take the form of an in-house meeting in a room that allows for a collaborative working environment (big central table, whiteboards, walls to stick stuff on)….

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What is new in Android P — PrecomputedText

This article was first published by Mariusz Dąbrowski in the App’n’roll Publication on Medium. This is part of a series of articles about the new APIs available in Android 9.0: BiometricPrompt ImageDecoder and AnimatedImageDrawable PrecomputedText The sample application with source code used in this article can be found here. Code snippets are written in Kotlin. How text is…

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What is new in Android P — ImageDecoder & AnimatedImageDrawable

Photo by Lastly Creative on Unsplash (image source) This article was first published by Mariusz Dąbrowski in the App’n’roll Publication on Medium. This is part of a series of articles about the new APIs available in Android 9.0: BiometricPrompt ImageDecoder and AnimatedImageDrawable PrecomputedText The sample application with source code used in this article can be found here. Code snippets…

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What is new in Android P — BiometricPrompt

This article was first published by Mariusz Dąbrowski in the App’n’roll Publication on Medium. This is part of a series of articles about the new APIs available in Android 9.0: BiometricPrompt ImageDecoder and AnimatedImageDrawable PrecomputedText The sample application with source code used in this article can be found here. Code snippets are written in Kotlin. Fingerprint scanning Using…

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