How the 64-bit requirement decreased my app size

“Starting August 1, 2019, your apps published on Google Play will need to support 64-bit architectures. 64-bit CPUs deliver faster, richer experiences for your users. Adding a 64-bit version of […]...

Pyre – #1 The beginning

Perfection, that is something I’m always trying to pursuit. It’s hard to follow all the new trends and concepts that are coming out for Android. My goal is not to […]...

The mathematics of weight loss

I was browsing through Youtube until I saw this video about weight loss. I started the video thinking my attention will be gone within seconds and I would click a […]...

Kotlin Sealed Classes

Working with states can be a hassle! I used enums to check which state the application was in. For instance when the application was in an error state I assigned […]...

BehaviorSubject vs LiveData

LiveData and BehaviorSubject both have reactive capabilities, namely When that item changes notify all active subscribers and keep doing the same for future changes. LiveData’s observers always receive events on […]...

Git Hook – Commit message

Within my company there is a rule to always make sure you have the story number of Jira in the commit message. I forgot to do this so many times… […]...

Android API – Dividers?

During day to day development you easily forget some neat little features that might have slipped through your mind. This time we are diving into a feature of the LinearLayout. […]...

Dinner vs Supper

So today yet another discussion at work which almost ended in hair pulling and something I’m not comfortable sharing.. It all began when eating lunch.. or dinner.. or supper.. do […]...

Kotlin Platform Types

I was coding my own business till my colleague suddenly poked me on the shoulder. He said that he had a crash in his code but couldn’t figure out where. […]...

Indian Curd

So it came to my attention that Indians have a whole different meaning for the word Curd. An Indian friend called my curd that I had for lunch “yogurt”. I […]...