Bitrise offers every Android engineer the ability make your own steps to develop/test/deploy your apps with CICD pipeline. For the first time ever, your android CICD pipeline can be defined in 100% kotlin.
Suppose you're starting to think about how to add different types of tests for your Android app. There are many challenges that come to mind in terms of building a scalable testing infrastructure.
Flutter is an open-source UI software development kit created by Google and since the day that it is announced, it brought a lot of excitement to the mobile app development world. By using Flutter Developers can deploy their apps to Android, iOS, Desktop, and Web.
ConstraintLayout has been a staple of Android development since its introduction at Google IO'16. With the emergence of Jetpack Compose, this talk will discuss how the library has been evolving and what it brings to Compose developers.
The Android community adopts Jetpack Compose more and more every day. But what about our app widgets and wearables?
This talk emphasizes how and why building Android apps using a concept called Server Driven Architecture for our UI layer is so important and a current hot topic.
Mobile apps are growing. They become more complex and require more testing. It means that it is time to integrate fast and stable automated tests into your project.
In this session I plan to share my learnings from the process of integrating Third Party SDKs. Having successfully delivered such projects at Tinder and Booking.com, ...
Integrating video into your Android application can be a challenging and intimidating experience, running into device compatibility, multiple camera libraries, and conflicting or deprecated advice.
Bazel is an open source build system by Google with a focus on large scale applications. In this talk, we discuss Bazel build system concepts, terminologies and mental model for using Bazel for Android development and explore how it compares conceptually with Gradle.