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Android renders user interface (UI) by generating a frame from your app and displaying it on the screen. To ensure that a user’s interaction with your app is smooth, your app should render each frame under the refresh rate that is determined by each device–for example, Pixel 6 allows rendering 90 frames per second at the maximum, …

This is the second article in this MAD skills series. In the previous article you’ve seen the basics of Gradle and how to configure the Android Gradle Plugin. In this article you’ll learn how to extend your build by writing your own plugin. If you prefer to watch this content instead of reading, check out the video …

Over the years, several myths have emerged about performance on Android. While some myths can be entertaining or amusing, being sent in the wrong direction when looking to create performant Android apps is no fun. In this blog post, in the spirit of MythBusters, we’re going to test these myths. For our myth-busting, we use …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Demystify the Data in Android Studio Profilers Profilers are a powerful tool in a developer’s arsenal, but working with performance data can be intimidating at times. This session demystifies the profilers in Android Studio, discussing how to read and make use of data from memory heap dumps and CPU recordings …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Android Studio: Debugging Tips n’ Tricks Level up your debugging skills! We all spend so much time in the debugger, and this session teaches you about some of the powerful debugging features available in Android Studio. This talk should appeal to all, from beginners to experts and everybody in between. …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | What’s New in Android Studio Design Tools This presentation discusses what’s new in the Android Studio Design Tools, covering new tools and features introduced this past year. We take a deeper look at the new MotionEditor and MotionLayout library, including an overview of new features and principles, creation of animations …

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New in Android Development Tools Get an overview of what’s new in Android Studio for Android app developers, including demos, and a tour de force presentation of relevant features that will accelerate developers workflow on the latest Android APIs.   Speakers: Jamal Eason, Tor Norbye Session ID: T05AAA

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New in Android Studio UI Design and Debugging Tools In 2019, the Android team is refining the developer journey with a set of new tools for building modern interfaces. From building a layout to debugging views at runtime, this session will take you through a variety of steps that can …