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Many of Android Developers had bad experience using Fragments. There are many issues connected to them starting from the lifecycle and ending on animations. Fortunately, the Android team addressed some of these problems on the two latest releases of the Fragments library. Newest version is still the Release Candidate but in this article, I want to show what functionalities it will bring and what will be the future of Fragments.
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Recently while cruising through the internet I came across the NavigationAdvancedSample created by Google. As I was using a navigation component in my current project, I wanted to check it out, and it turned out to be a great decision. Google provided us with a very nice extension function. This function allows us to attach multiple navigation graphs to the BottomNavigationView. Let’s jump into implementation.
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Android application design problems During the development of an Android application I had to implement a custom design system where:
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In the previous post about Android Slices, we took a look at their possibilities, created our first Slice and tested it in different modes. In this article we will focus on more advanced slices which can take in-app actions and fetch data from our application. Let's take a look at Interactive and Dynamic Slices.
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Android Slices are a brand new way to display remote content from your application in many different places, such as Google Search (and Google Assistant in the future). We can think of them as interactive, templated views. Thanks to standardized rules how Slices can be created, they can be used across many different Android versions. Slices are part of Android Jetpack, which makes them backwards compatible back to API 19 (KitKat) - so Slices will be available almost to all users of Android devices.
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