(Crosspost from medium.com/@kpgalligan) As usual, release takes longer than planned. We’ve been doing some chatting and client work with Doppl/J2objc (interesting stuff). If you’d like to read more about what this is, see here....Read More
Tag: Android Development
A few hours before our meetup’s summer rooftop bash, it started pouring torrentially. We were worried – meetup members even commented on our page and asked, “Sooo about that rooftop…” Luckily, the Android gods smiled down on us and cleared the skies just in time for our July meetup at Button. Our members were treated to sliders, copious amounts of wine and beer, and pizza from the awesome Button team. We also had Android tech talks from Uber, Instagram and LinkNYC.Read More
June was an exciting month for us! Our June meetup hit a record number of attendees, and our meetup has over 3,500+ members now. Thanks to everyone who came out and those who continue to support this community every month. Our June meetup talks were comprised of very targeted presentations. We hope everyone left with new tidbits of knowledge as we code onwards.Read More
We wouldn’t be a very good Android meetup if we didn’t invite Mark Murphy of Commonsware to speak. Mark is known for answering tons of questions and helping the Android community on StackOverflow. He’s also an incredible public speaker, cracking jokes and interjecting sarcastic remarks into his presentations. We were lucky to have him at our May meetup, hosted and sponsored by American Express.Read More
What do you get when you put a bunch of Android devs in one room at the Google NY office? A series of chuckles whenever someone said, “I Googled it.”Read More
When Google kicks off their annual I/O conference with a three hour keynote, you know there’s a lot in store for Android. The Touch Lab team and I attended the I/O Extended New York event at Google headquarters.Read More
You know it’s going to be a great meetup when the pizza runs out before the talks even start. On Wednesday night we hosted our “Android and Design” meetup at Tumblr and had a huge turnout of about 200 members. We were treated to...Read More
A very wise developer once said, “Coding is fun, but sandwiches are better.” Thanks to Google and our amazing speakers at our “Android and Devices” meetup Wednesday, we had bits of both. Early birds started arriving around 6pm...Read More
This is Part 3 of 3 in a series on Offline Connectivity. Read Part 1: No Connection? Big Problem Read Part 2: Offline functionality is a no brainer (and how Twitter dropped the ball) ———————————————————————————————————— Most...Read More
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