In this blog post series, we are working through an example Android app called Github User Search. In the previous blog posts, we took a look at setting up your app for testing, creating API calls and writing the first basic test for the API transformations. Read part 1, part 2 and part 3 first.
As a follow up to my previous post [How to use onUpgrade() correctly in Android], I decided that I should probably add some tests to avoid database upgrade failures in the future. Manually testing database upgrades in Android can be quite a pain and you are bound to miss something, especially if you have had loads of versions […]
I have been working on this app for a couple of months and I am SOOO excited to share it with everyone. The app that I have made is for a NPO called Book Dash. Their cause has inspired me and I decided I wanted to make an app for them that would showcase their […]
I made a Github library to create an on-boarding activity for your Android application. It is inspired by the tutorial in the Google Sheets app. The library offers the ability to set a different background colour per slide. It transitions the colours into one another by calculating the colour between the one it’s transitioning to and where it is […]