Five Reasons Why You Should Use Koin in Your Next Android Project

2018-10-12T09:59:31+00:00

With Kotlin gaining more and more popularity (especially among Android developers), a new option for dependency injection has risen: Koin. Here are 5 reasons why you should rely on Koin in your new Android Projects!

For many years now, there was basically only one dependency injection library used in Android app projects: Dagger (2). While Dagger is offering all the features you

Five Reasons Why You Should Use Koin in Your Next Android Project 2018-10-12T09:59:31+00:00

Kotlin: How to Get Rid of Java in Your Android Application in 5 Easy Steps

2018-09-17T15:10:32+00:00

Migrating apps to a new programming language in mid-development can be a pain in the ass. These 5 steps will help you get through the process of moving your Android application from Java to Kotlin.

We all know Kotlin is great, right? There are more than enough posts about why Kotlin blows Java out of the water. So let’s skip this part. We also know, our ne

Kotlin: How to Get Rid of Java in Your Android Application in 5 Easy Steps 2018-09-17T15:10:32+00:00

Continuous Delivery von iOS Apps mit GitLab CI und fastlane

2018-08-08T12:55:09+00:00

Am Beispiel unserer Entwicklungsumgebung bei inovex mit GitLab als Webfrontend für die Repositoryverwaltung, GitLab CI als Continuous Integration Umgebung, sowie fastlane als Build-Tool zeige ich den von uns eingesetzten Workflow zur Continuous Delivery von iOS Apps.

Am Beispiel unserer Entwicklungsumgebung bei inovex mit GitLab als Webfrontend für die Repositoryverwaltung, GitLab CI als Continuous Integration Umgebung, sowie fast

Continuous Delivery von iOS Apps mit GitLab CI und fastlane 2018-08-08T12:55:09+00:00

Actions on Google Tutorial: Apps für Google Assistant selbst schreiben

2018-02-22T09:57:41+00:00

In diesem Artikel zeige ich an einem Beispiel und Code Templates, wie man Actions on Google für den Assistant auf Google Home und Smartphones entwickelt.

Voice Assistants wie Google Home und Amazons Alexa unterstützen uns zu Hause nicht mehr nur bei Standardaufgaben wie der Wetterabfrage oder dem Stellen eines Timers.

Actions on Google Tutorial: Apps für Google Assistant selbst schreiben 2018-02-22T09:57:41+00:00

Behold, the External Address Highlighter for Google Inbox!

2018-02-14T09:16:30+00:00

While composing an email, the External Address Highlighter gives visual feedback when a recipient has an email-address from outside your company.

Hi there! Just wanted to quickly let you know, that we published a new web-extension ? It’s called External Address Highlighter (github) and does just that (in

Behold, the External Address Highlighter for Google Inbox! 2018-02-14T09:16:30+00:00

Progressive Web Apps vs. WebAPKs

2018-03-08T12:21:29+00:00

Progressive Web Apps can be executed independently from the browser's host system—web APKs go even further & make web apps a first class citizen on Android!

Imagine you could build a sophisticated application that would run on all your devices, without the need to build multiple versions for each platform (e.g., iOS, Andr

Progressive Web Apps vs. WebAPKs 2018-03-08T12:21:29+00:00

Smart Home Köln Kalk [Meetup]

2018-02-07T14:54:49+00:00

In diesem Mittschnitt unseres Meetups zeigt Sebastian, wie er sein Zuhause mit HomeKit automatisiert und welche Möglichkeiten dies für Entwickler bietet.

In diesem Mittschnitt unseres Meetups in Karlsruhe zeigt Sebastian, wie er sein Zuhause mit Apple HomeKit automatisiert hat und welche Möglichkeiten Apples Schnittste

Smart Home Köln Kalk [Meetup] 2018-02-07T14:54:49+00:00

Simplifying the Android developer’s life with Architecture Components

2018-05-22T13:23:10+00:00

Let's take a look at Android architecture components announced at Google I/O 2017 to make the Android developers' lives easier.

Some weeks ago at the I/O 2017 Google announced that they are working on architecture components to make the Android developers‘ life easier. They released a bu

Simplifying the Android developer’s life with Architecture Components 2018-05-22T13:23:10+00:00

Android UI Tests mit dem Espresso Test Recorder und einem Mock Web Server

2017-11-15T15:47:49+00:00

In diesem Artikel beschäftigen wir uns damit, wie wir relativ einfach UI-Tests generieren aber auch unabhängig von Remote-Servern machen können.

Obwohl sich das Espresso Framework schon seit längerer Zeit zum Standard für UI-Tests unter Android etabliert hat, ist die Hürde noch immer recht hoch diese auch zu i

Android UI Tests mit dem Espresso Test Recorder und einem Mock Web Server 2017-11-15T15:47:49+00:00

An Ood example

2018-06-26T09:31:29+00:00

No, that’s not a typo and I’m not talking about the alien species, either. Ha Ha… I’m sorry. So yeah, object-oriented design. One example of it. Here we go!

No, that’s not a typo and I’m not talking about the alien species, either. Ha Ha… I’m sorry – it had to be done. So yeah, object-oriented design. One example of

An Ood example 2018-06-26T09:31:29+00:00

Android Sensor Integration Part 4: The Android Sensor Framework

2017-11-29T11:17:20+00:00

In this conclusion of our series we finally arrive at the Android Sensor Framework to which we are going to connect our ultrasonic range sensor.

In this conclusion of our series on Android Sensor Integration we finally arrive at the Android Sensor Framework to which we are going to connect our ultrasonic range

Android Sensor Integration Part 4: The Android Sensor Framework 2017-11-29T11:17:20+00:00

Android Sensor Integration Part 3: HAL

2017-11-29T11:20:53+00:00

While Google gave the design of the kernel module into the hands of the hardware manufacturers they define a clear interface for the HAL.

In the previous parts of this series we had a look at how a kernel driver works. This time we continue to better documented areas. While Google gave the design of the

Android Sensor Integration Part 3: HAL 2017-11-29T11:20:53+00:00

Android Sensor Integration Part 2: Sensor Readings

2017-11-29T11:31:08+00:00

In the second part of our series on Android Sensor Integration we will have a look at how to actually get readings from our SRF02 Ultrasonic Range finder.

In the second part of our four part series on Android Sensor Integration we will have a look at how to actually get readings from our SRF02 Ultrasonic Range finder. I

Android Sensor Integration Part 2: Sensor Readings 2017-11-29T11:31:08+00:00

Android Sensor Integration Part 1: Sensor Stack and Kernel Module

2017-11-29T11:35:51+00:00

This first part will take you on a walk through the integration of a proximity sensor into Android. We start investigating what occurs in kernel space.

This first part of a four part series will take you on a walk through the integration of a proximity sensor into Android. We use the ultrasonic range sensor SRF02 whi

Android Sensor Integration Part 1: Sensor Stack and Kernel Module 2017-11-29T11:35:51+00:00

Enhancing a Device Tree for ARM CPUs

2017-11-29T12:34:59+00:00

The Device Tree is supposed to revolutionize that by reading the hardware configuration from a data structure stored in RAM at startup.

Traditionally, the specific hardware configurations are described in so called board-description files and permanently embedded into the kernel during compilation, ma

Enhancing a Device Tree for ARM CPUs 2017-11-29T12:34:59+00:00
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