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How to Migrate Your Android Studio Project to AndroidX (And Why)

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In this tutorial we will learn how to migrate an existing Android Studio project, to use the new AndroidX (Android Extension Libraries) dependencies. The Android support libraries like appcompat-v7 and material design, as well as the Architecture Component libraries, have been refactored into the androidx namespace to provide simplified package names, more granular dependency artifacts and independent, semantic versioning. This requires us to add different dependencies into our project level build.gradle file and use different import statements in our classes and XML layouts. For this, Android Studio 3.2 provides a "Migrate to AndroidX" assistant in the Refactor menu, that takes care of updating all these packages automatically. However, before we can use this option we have to increase the version number of our Android gradle plugin in the project level build.gradle file to at least 3.2.0, update the gradle wrapper to version 4.6 with the "Fix Gradle wrapper and re-import project" quick fix and install the SDK for API level 28 (Android Pie) in the SDK Manager, because AndroidX requires at least compileSdkVersion 28. Then we back up our Android Studio project, use the migrate feature, check everything in the Refactoring Preview and lastly click "Do Refactor" to migrate our Android Studio project to Androidx. This will update all the package names throughout the project and add the useAndroidX and enableJetifier flags into the gradle.properties file. Jetifier takes care of translating dependencies of external libraries to the androidx packages if they haven't been updated yet. Mappings between old and new dependencies: 🤍 💻 Find the BEST programming tutorials on TutHub: 🤍 ⭐ Get my MVVM Caching Course now: 🤍 ❗ Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 📨 Subscribe to the Coding in Flow newsletter: 🤍 ❓ Join our free developer community: 🤍 📣 Follow Coding in Flow on other sites: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Github: 🤍 💰 Business requests, sponsoring, etc.: info🤍codinginflow.com

How to Use AndroidX Library in Android Studio Project | AndroidX VS Support Library in Android

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Migrate an existing project using Android Studio. With Android Studio 3.2 and higher, you can quickly migrate an existing project to use AndroidX by selecting Refactor - Migrate to AndroidX from the menu bar. In this tutorial we will learn how to migrate an existing Android Studio project, to use the new AndroidX (Android Extension Libraries) dependencies. The Android support libraries like appcompat-v7 and material design, as well as the Architecture Component libraries, have been refactored into the androidx namespace to provide simplified package names, more granular dependency artifacts and independent, semantic versioning. This requires us to add different dependencies into our project level build.gradle file and use different import statements in our classes and XML layouts. For this, Android Studio 3.2 provides a "Migrate to AndroidX" assistant in the Refactor menu, that takes care of updating all these packages automatically. However, before we can use this option we have to increase the version number of our Android gradle plugin in the project level build.gradle file to at least 3.2.0, update the gradle wrapper to version 4.6 with the "Fix Gradle wrapper and re-import project" quick fix and install the SDK for API level 28 (Android Pie) in the SDK Manager, because AndroidX requires at least compileSdkVersion 28. Then we back up our Android Studio project, use the migrate feature, check everything in the Refactoring Preview and lastly click "Do Refactor" to migrate our Android Studio project to Androidx. This will update all the package names throughout the project and add the useAndroidX and enableJetifier flags into the gradle.properties file. Jetifier takes care of translating dependencies of external libraries to the androidx packages if they haven't been updated yet. The support library artifacts are being deprecated and all future development is going into AndroidX, so there's no avoiding this migration. Hopefully, though, these tips will give you a clearer transition path. Android App Development tutorials and more. Have happy coding! Android Developers!!! Follow me on Facebook - 🤍 Equipment that i use - My smartphone - 🤍 My Tripod- 🤍 Selfie Stick - 🤍 Mic - 🤍 Headphone - 🤍 Thanks For Watching have a nice day. Don't forget to LIKE,COMMENT SHARE & SUBSCRIBE ...

Introduction to AndroidX | The Xamarin Show

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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Jon Dick aka Redth, Xamarin Components Development Lead, who helps explain exactly what AndroiX/JetPacks/Components are and how Xamarin developers can start migrating their apps today! Show Links: * [GitHub: AndroidX Migration](🤍 * [GitHub: AndroidX Libraries](🤍 * [Follow 🤍redth](🤍 * Find James on: [Twitter](🤍 [GitHub](🤍 [Blog](🤍), and his weekly podcast [Merge Conflict](🤍). * [Follow 🤍JamesMontemagno](🤍 * Never Miss an Episode: [Follow 🤍TheXamarinShow](🤍 Useful Links: * Learn more about [Xamarin](🤍 * [Xamarin.Forms](🤍 * [Cross-platform development](🤍 * [Xamarin Developer Center](🤍 & [Blog](🤍 * [Microsoft Learn Self-Guided Training](🤍 * [Create a Free Account (Azure)](🤍 * [Xamarin Developers YouTube Channel](🤍 * [Xamarin on Twitter](🤍 #Xamarin #AndroidX #Android

How to use Android x Library Aide IDE

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how to use Android x Library Aide IDE.

Migrating to AndroidX: The time is right (Android Dev Summit '19)

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Let's take a deep dive into the reality of migrating to AndroidX! This talk provides the rationale to migrate soon, sets expectations appropriately, and recommends a process for executing the migration as smoothly as possible. Presented by: Nick Anthony, Tiem Song Android Dev Summit '19 all sessions playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to the Android Developers channel! → 🤍 Check out the photo album → 🤍 #AndroidDevSummit event: Android Dev Summit 2019; re_ty: Publish; product: Android - General; fullname: Nick Anthony, Tiem Song;

Preferential practices for preferences (Android Dev Summit '18)

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What’s new with Preferences? This session guides you through some of the new and powerful features in the AndroidX Preference library and some of the best practices to follow when using Preferences. You also learn how to migrate your existing application away from the framework library for a consistent user experience across all devices. Android Settings Guide (Updated to use AndroidX Preferences!) → 🤍 Reference Documentation → 🤍 File bugs or feature requests → 🤍 Presented by: Louis Pullen-Freilich Android Dev Summit '18 all sessions playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to the Android Channel! → 🤍 #AndroidDevSummit event: Android Dev Summit 2018; re_ty: Publish; product: Android - Jetpack; fullname: Louis Pullen-Freilich;

What's next for AndroidX Media and ExoPlayer

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Introducing AndroidX Media3, a new collection of support libraries for media use cases, and the new home for ExoPlayer. Join us to discover how Media3 simplifies the playback app architecture, our plans for making ExoPlayer upgrades easier, and next steps for developers using media libraries. Resources: For more information → 🤍 Speakers: Andrew Lewis, Don Turner Watch more: Watch all the Android Dev Summit sessions → 🤍 Watch all the Modern Android Development sessions → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #AndroidDevSummit, #AndroidMedia #Featured #Latest product: Android - Media; event: Android Dev Summit 2021; fullname: Andrew Lewis, Don Turner; re_ty: Publish;

Android Skills: Customizing UI Settings Using the AndroidX Preference Library Course Preview

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View full course here: 🤍 Join Pluralsight author Sriyank Siddhartha as they walk you through a preview of their "Customizing UI Settings Using the AndroidX Preference Library" course found only on Pluralsight.com. Build your technology skills with Sriyank’s help by learning the AndroidX Preference library and use it to build a settings screen, how you can access the Preference objects and read values from the underlying default SharedPreferences and PreferenceDataStore, and how to implement various listener interfaces. Visit Pluralsight.com to start learning Android skills today! View Course Library: 🤍 Visit us at: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Blog: 🤍

AndroidX Webkit

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Join Laís Minchillo as she discusses what AndroidX Webkit is, what it can do, and how you can utilize it to build better apps. AndroidX overview → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #Develop #Featured #Android event: Android Dev Summit 2019; re_ty: Publish; product: Android - Jetpack; fullname: Laís Minchillo;

How to Use AndroidX Library in Android IDE (AIDE) استفاده از کلاس های پکیج androidx در AIDE

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در این آموزش یاد می گیرید که چگونه با +AIDE کار کنید و از امکانات حیرت انگیز آن استفاده کنید و پروژه هایی ایجاد کنید که هر چه بیشتر با اندروید . استودیو سازگار است. چگونه پروژه های AppCompat از پکیج androidx را ایجاد کنید و چگونه از کتابخانه material design استفاده کنید. چگونه از طریق امکانات داخلی خود اپ AIDE و بدون اتصال به سایت 🤍 آیکون های ماتریال را به پروژه اضافه کنید. .چگونه از تحریم های گوگل عبور کنید و بتوانید کتابخانه های مورد نیاز را برای پروزه خود دانلود نمایید لینک دانلود برنامه های مورد نیاز: 🤍 آدرس سایت و رسانه های اجتماعی ما: 🤍harmoniclearn.ir 🤍 🤍 🤍

How to Generate Artifacts from Google AndroidX Library Source Code

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Use an unreleased AndroidX Library version generated from latest Source Code of Google AndroidX Library. Narrated by smitnov. smitnov socials: YouTube: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Works on Windows WSL2, Linux, macOS. If you want to set up a workstation in Windows WSL2, follow this video tutorial named "Install Android Studio & Emulator on WSL2 Ubuntu on Windows. Important setup for AndroidX libraries": 🤍 Link to Checking out the Code page: 🤍 📚 Learn Android from Experts at: 🤍 😎 Find more Awesome Android Apps in Kotlin, MVVM, Jetpack: 🤍 📱 Follow us on: ⭐ Discord: 🤍 ⭐ GitHub: 🤍 ⭐ Twitter: 🤍 ⭐ Instagram: 🤍 ⭐ Medium: 🤍

Now in Android: 28 - MAD Skills Navigation, AndroidX libraries, Kotlin Vocabulary, and more!

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Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Chet Haase covers the MAD Skills Navigation series, AndroidX libraries, Kotlin Vocabulary, articles and videos, a nanodegree on Android Kotlin development, and a podcast episode on Paging! 0:00 MAD Skills: Navigation 1:49 AndroidX 5:31 New Kotlin Vocabulary episodes 7:18 Articles and videos (Play, conference presentations, and MotionTags) 10:04 Udacity’s new Android Kotlin Developer Nanodegree 10:46 Paging 3 podcast For links to these items, check out Now in Android #28 on Medium → 🤍 Now in Android podcast → 🤍 Now in Android articles → 🤍 Now in Android playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #Featured #AndroidDevelopers #NowInAndroid

SQLite + Android - Create Database Schema (Book Library App) | Part 1

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🏆 My Online Courses ⭐Discount Coupon: LAUNCH-STEVDZA-SAN 🤍 🐱‍👤 Wanna become a member? Join! 🤍 📸 Instagram 🤍 With this video I'm going to start tutorial series for SQLite Database on Android. We are going to create a Book Library application. Our application will have all the necessary functionality which every app with database should have. That includes CRUD, or Create, Read, Update and Delete functions. Also I'm going to teach you how to add Recyclerview and display data from our SQLite database in it. We are going to add some animations as well. Project Files: 🤍 Part 2 (Insert Data in Database Table) - 🤍 Part 3 (Display Data in Recyclerview) - 🤍 Part 4 (Update Table Data) - 🤍 Part 5 (Delete Table Data) - 🤍 Part 6 (Animate Recyclerview) - 🤍 One of the main principles of SQL databases is the schema: a formal declaration of how the database is organized. The schema is reflected in the SQL statements that you use to create your database. You may find it helpful to create a companion class, known as a contract class, which explicitly specifies the layout of your schema in a systematic and self-documenting way. A contract class is a container for constants that define names for URIs, tables, and columns. The contract class allows you to use the same constants across all the other classes in the same package. This lets you change a column name in one place and have it propagate throughout your code.

Android Jetpack: Understand the CameraX camera-support library (Google I/O'19)

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Learn how to get started with the new CameraX support library in Jetpack, which provides the best support across a wide selection of Android Camera hardware with minimal effort to integrate machine learning. Watch more #io19 here: Android & Play at Google I/O 2019 Playlist → 🤍 Google I/O 2019 All Sessions Playlist → 🤍 Learn more on the I/O Website → 🤍 Subscribe to the Android Developers Channel → 🤍 Get started at → 🤍 Speaker(s): Vinit Modi, James Fung, Franklin Wu, Trevor McGuire T8D400 event: Google I/O 2019; re_ty: Publish; product: Android - Jetpack; fullname: Vinit Modi;

Preferences DataStore in 10min (SharedPreferences deprecated)

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In this video you will learn to read from and write to preferences datastore in android. ⭐ Get certificates for your future job ⭐ Save countless hours of time ⭐ 100% money back guarantee for 30 days ⭐ Become a professional Android developer now: 🤍 💻 Let me personally review your code and provide individual feedback, so it won't backfire and cost you a fortune in future: 🤍 Get the source code for this video here: 🤍 Regular Android tutorials on my Instagram: 🤍 Checkout my GitHub: 🤍

ROOM Database - #1 Create Database Schema | Android Studio Tutorial

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🏆 My Online Courses ⭐Discount Coupon: LAUNCH-STEVDZA-SAN 🤍 🐱‍👤 Wanna become a member? Join! 🤍 📸 Instagram 🤍 Hello there and welcome to my Tutorial Series. With this video I'm starting a new tutorial series about ROOM database with Kotlin. This tutorial serie will have 5 videos.This current video will be all about creating a Database schema for our project. So if you watched my earlier tutorial series about SQLite Database, then you noticed how hard is it to create and manage one database. But with ROOM library everything is easier! ROOM library is built on top of SQliteOpenHelper class. Project File (Part 1): 🤍 Room Database Part 2 - Insert Data - 🤍 Room Database Part 3 - Read Data - 🤍 Room Database Part 4 - Update Data - 🤍 Room Database Part 5 - Delete Data - 🤍 Dependencies: // Navigation Component implementation 'androidx.navigation:navigation-fragment-ktx:2.2.2' implementation 'androidx.navigation:navigation-ui-ktx:2.2.2' // Room components implementation "androidx.room:room-runtime:2.2.5" kapt "androidx.room:room-compiler:2.2.5" implementation "androidx.room:room-ktx:2.2.5" androidTestImplementation "androidx.room:room-testing:2.2.5" // Lifecycle components implementation "androidx.lifecycle:lifecycle-extensions:2.2.0" implementation "androidx.lifecycle:lifecycle-common-java8:2.2.0" implementation "androidx.lifecycle:lifecycle-viewmodel-ktx:2.2.0" // Kotlin components implementation "org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-stdlib-jdk7:1.3.72" api "org.jetbrains.kotlinx:kotlinx-coroutines-core:1.3.5" api "org.jetbrains.kotlinx:kotlinx-coroutines-android:1.3.5" Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 0:39 - ROOM Advantages 1:09 - ROOM Main Components 2:00 - App Preview 2:38 - Dependencies 3:28 - Create Entity 5:07 - Create Dao 7:02 - Create Database 10:49 - Create Repository 12:10 - Create ViewModel

Sergei Vasilinetc Making a library (AndroidX) at Mobile Era

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This talk is a mix of highlights of internal androidx processes and policies with general programming patterns from perspective of library development. About the speaker SWE at google. Androidx (previously support library) top-level owner About Mobile Era Mobile Era is organized by a team of enthusiasts across several technology companies in Oslo. We're passionate about developing mobile apps and want to see a kick-ass event in Oslo for people like ourselves. The organizing committee consists of developers who are also active in organizing open events, conferences and meetups in the Oslo developer community. Our topics: iOS / Android, Mobile web / PWA, Cross-platform / JS-to-Native, IoT / Hardware, Mobile UX / Accessibility Follow us on: Website: mobileera.rocks Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Cara Mudah Migrasi Library Android Support to AndroidX

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Pada video kali ini kita akan belajar hal baru mengenai android yaitu andoidX. Learn more 🤍 Request Tutorial dan Solve Error : 🤍 Mengapa Anda perlu langganan kanal saya (Subscribe Chanel) 1. Gratis 2. Selalu Update 3. Membantu saya dalam membangun kanal / chanel 4. Semakin banyak langganan = Semakin banyak tutorial Gear Video kami : Camera : Nikon D3200 Mic : Boya BY-M1 Follow Bagicode : Website : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Ikutin Author : Instagram : 🤍 Linkedin : 🤍 Dukung Youtube Creator Indonesia dengan cara LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, DAN SUBSCRIBE!

Android Support Library Overview

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The Android Support Library includes the essential components you need to build a great app that works on the huge variety of Android devices. Follow Ian Lake through an overview of what is included in the Support Library and how it can help you build apps faster. Learn more on the developer site: 🤍 Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: 🤍

Unpacking the Packed Unpacker: Reverse Engineering an Android Anti-Analysis Native Library

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I will discuss each of the techniques the malware author used in order to prevent reverse engineering of their Android native library including manipulating the Java Native Interface, encryption, run-time environment checks, and more. This talk discusses not only the techniques the malware author implemented to prevent analysis, but also the steps and process for a reverse engineer to proceed through the anti-analysis traps. By Maddie Stone Full Abstract & Presentation Materials: 🤍

Android TV: Using the Leanback library

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The LeanBack Support Library makes it easy and fast to build great looking Android TV apps. Ankur Kotwal covers the key components to get you started building apps for Android TV using this library. Check out more great DevBytes on Android at this convenient playlist.

Support library와 Androidx와 Jetpack::Android Studio에서 Kotlin으로#39

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Support library와 Androidx 그리고 Jetpack이 생겨난 이유에 대해 알아봅니다. * 영상내용을 정리한 글 🤍 * Android Studio에서 Kotlin으로 Playlist 🤍 * Source code 🤍

Android Instagram App with Firebase using Androidx JetPack Androidx.* Library in Android Studio

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So in this video tutorial#03 we will learn how to create androidx fragments in our android kotlin Instagram clone app project using androidx library in android studio. Then we will learn how to set navigation to fragments androidx navigation on androidx bottomnavigationview in android studio on our kotlin android main activity for android kotlin home fragment and android kotlin search fragment in out instagram clone app with firebase. If anyone wants to support us, then please become a patreon: 🤍 Our other Channel, Please Subscribe: 🤍 Link to App all Icons and resources: 🤍 Link to our Facebook Group: 🤍 For any question or suggestion you can directly contact us on our Facebook Page: 🤍 For new Updates and information you can Follow me on: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Measuring Jank and Startup with Macrobenchmark | Session

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Jetpack Macrobenchmark is a new library for measuring Startup and Jank in your app. While the existing benchmark library can help you measure important functions, we show you how the new one lets you measure and optimize the big interactions in your app. Speakers: Carmen Jackson, Amanda Alexander Watch more: Android and Play at Google I/O 2021 Playlist → 🤍 All Google I/O 2021 Technical Sessions → 🤍 All Google I/O 2021 Sessions → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #Featured #Jetpack #GoogleIO #GoogleIO #Android product: Android - Jetpack; event: Google I/O 2021; fullname: Carmen Jackson, Amanda Alexander; re_ty: Premiere;

Build a modular Android app architecture (Google I/O'19)

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Finding the right architecture for the problem sets we face as Android developers still feels like a complicated task, even with all the libraries that promise to fix a lot of them. This talk covers best practices and patterns you can apply in different use cases to ensure you’re building a robust, solid, and extensible Android architecture. Watch more #io19 here: Android & Play at Google I/O 2019 Playlist → 🤍 Google I/O 2019 All Sessions Playlist → 🤍 Learn more on the I/O Website → 🤍 Subscribe to the Android Developers Channel → 🤍 Get started at → 🤍 Speaker(s): Yigit Boyar, Florina Muntenescu T51619 event: Google I/O 2019; re_ty: Publish; product: Android - Platform; fullname: Florina Muntenescu, Yigit Boyar;

Solved: ButterKnife 10.1.0 with new Support Library "AndroidX"

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Update: before watching this video, (the solution is), When starting new project and while running the project wizard choose check box for "use AndroidX artifacts" to use the new Support library or follow the video steps for existing projects.. - This video is about: 1. using ButterKnife 10.1.0 library in Android Studio 3.3.2 2. using the new Support library "AndroidX" in Android Studio. This video shows simple steps to solve the error of adding ButterKnife 10.1.0 in app build.gradle, it gives an error when trying to run the project. Follow these steps to solve this problem. ما الذي يعرضه هذا الفيديو؟ يعرض هذا الفيديو خطوات عملية لحل مشكلة استخدام مكتبة ButterKnife 10.1.0 مع استخدام النسخة الجديدة من مكتبة الدعم الرسمية الملحقة بأندرويد Support Library والتي أصبح لها اسم جديد تحت اسم حزمة جديد AndroidX - Steps: 1. google changed the package name of support libraries to AndroidX for mapping names (old to new) check the following link. 🤍 2. use Java compiler 1.8 by adding the following lines in app build.gralde compileOptions { sourceCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8 targetCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8 } 3. import the new package(s) in java files. 4. modify the xml layout to new package name when required and rebuild. 5. use butterknife zelezny addon to generate ButterKnife binding code. 6. run now it should work !!! ;)

Bringing your apps to cars

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In this session, you learn how to develop navigation, parking and EV charging apps for cars using the Android for Cars App Library. This session provides developers with the technical information needed to design, build, test and publish apps that work across Android Auto and Automotive OS. Resources: Android for cars overview → 🤍 Using the Android for cars app library → 🤍 Sample car apps → 🤍 Speakers: Jay Yoo, Stav Raviv Watch more: Watch all the Android Dev Summit sessions → 🤍 Watch all the building across screens sessions → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #AndroidDevSummit, #AndroidAuto #Featured #Latest #AndroidAuto product: Android - Form Factors; event: Android Dev Summit 2021; fullname: Jay Yoo, Stav Raviv; re_ty: Publish;

C/C++ libraries for Android games

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We introduce new C/C libraries: Game Activity, Text Input API, and Controller API. These features simplify game and game engine development in C/C on Android. Resources: Get the latest Android game developer resources → 🤍 Speaker: Victor Repetskyi Watch more: Next level mobile → 🤍 Android and Play at Google for Games Developer Summit → 🤍 All Google for Games Developer Summit Sessions → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #Featured #GoogleforGames #AndroidDevelopers #game product: Android - Games; event: Google for Games 2021; fullname: Victor Repetskyi; re_ty: Premiere;

Paging with Paging 3

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The Paging library enables you to load large sets of data gradually and gracefully, reducing network usage and system resources. So we launched Paging 3.0 (now in alpha), a complete rewrite of the Paging 2 library using Kotlin coroutines (but still supporting Java users) and offering the features you asked for, like easier error handling, more flexibility to implement list transformations like map or filter, and support for list separators, headers, and footers. In this talk we’ll go over the main Paging 3 components, see how they fit in an existing app architecture, how to implement them and integrate the most common data paging features. Resources: Paging documentation → 🤍 Paging codelab → 🤍 Paging sample → 🤍 Check out the 11 Weeks of Android website → 🤍 Related Playlists: Android Jetpack - 11 Weeks of Android playlist → 🤍 11 Weeks of Android playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 Speakers: Florina Muntenescu #featured #android11 #11WeeksOfAndroid

Now in Android: 64 - Independent versioning of Jetpack Compose libraries, and more!

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Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. Today, we're covering updates on Developer-Powered CTS (CTS-D), independent versioning of Jetpack Compose libraries, Google Play: making Play work for everyone, more updates from AndroidX, and more! Chapters: 0:00 - Introduction 0:27 - Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) 1:03 - Jetpack Compose 1:41 - Google Play updates 2:49 - Videos and articles 4:14 - AndroidX releases 5:45 - Conclusion For links to these items, check out Now in Android #64 on Medium → 🤍 Now in Android podcast → 🤍 Now in Android articles → 🤍 Now in Android playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #AndroidDevelopers #AndroidJetpack #AndroidStudio

Hilt - Android Dependency Injection

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Hilt is a dependency injection library for Android that reduces the boilerplate of doing manual dependency injection in your project. In this video Daniel demonstrates how to set up Hilt in an application, showcases its testing APIs and explains some of Hilt internals to demonstrate its benefits. Resources: Android Dev Summit 2019 - Dependency Injection → 🤍 Dagger & Hilt documentation → 🤍 Dependency injection with Hilt → 🤍 Dagger & Hilt repository → 🤍 Check out the 11 Weeks of Android website → 🤍 Related Playlists: Android Jetpack - 11 Weeks of Android playlist → 🤍 11 Weeks of Android playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 Speaker: Daniel Santiago Rivera #featured #android11 #11WeeksOfAndroid

What's new in Android

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To watch this keynote interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL), please click here → 🤍 Explore new updates on everything happening in the world of Android development including Jetpack, tooling, performance, platform and more! Resources: Google Accessibility for Developers → 🤍 Accessibility on the Keyword Blog → 🤍 Full Accessibility Tree in Chrome DevTools → 🤍 Android and Play at Google I/O 2022 playlist → 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:23 Updates in Jetpack 1:28 Fragments 2:10 Compose 3:13 Lazy lists 4:01 Large screens 8:17 Android 13 12:00 Machine Learning in Android 13:18 Android Camera 14:29 Android media 16:11 Accessibility for Android developers 17:01 Google Wallet API 18:26 Android across devices 20:29 Google Play 23:10 WearOS 24:27 Android TV and Google TV 25:20 Android for cars 25:57 Android Development Tools 28:02 Thank you for watching! Speakers: Florina Muntenescu, Nick Butcher Watch more: All Google I/O 2022 Sessions → 🤍 All Google I/O 2022 Keynotes → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #GoogleIO #Featured #Jetpack #AndroidDevelopers

Android x Kotlin Beginner Tutorial [2021] #5 - Android Room Library for Database Management

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Hey there! In this Android x Kotlin Beginner Tutorial video we use the Android Room Library to persist our transactions on local memory. We will define three classes for three components of Room Library - Data Entity class - Data Access Object - DAO class - Database class Have fun! Check out the GitHub Repo for full code: 🤍

Android Jetpack: What’s new in Android Support Library (Google I/O 2018)

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Get to know AndroidX the new name and packaging for the Android Support Library the foundation for Android libraries in Jetpack, and learn about features available in the 1.0.0 release. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → 🤍 Watch more Android sessions from I/O '18 here → 🤍 See all the sessions from Google I/O '18 here → 🤍 Subscribe to the Android Developers channel → 🤍 #io18

Free Android Jetpack Course - 7+ hours Tutorial

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🔥 FREE! Join our All-Access subscription to get access to all of our premium courses including the complete Android Masterclass: 🤍 Check out the Complete Android 11 masterclass if you still have to learn a little more about the basics of Android Development. Timestamps: 00:01:10 What you will learn 00:08:35 What is Android Jetpack? 00:15:06 What you will learn in the paid course 00:22:25 AndroidX 00:26:33 Android KTX 00:28:52 Bottom Navigation 00:44:30 ViewBinding Intro 00:50:57 Splash Activity 01:01:09 Animations 01:17:38 Creating an App Icon 01:21:56 Adding a Menu 01:36:42 Layouts Overview 01:48:59 LinearLayout 02:06:16 Constraint Layouts chain styles 02:13:18 ConStraintLayout 02:52:42 Relative Layout 03:04:15 FrameLayout Design 03:12:33 AddUpdateActivity part 1 03:25:44 AddUpdateActivity part 2 03:42:28 AddUpdateActivity part 3 03:46:34 Select Image click event 03:50:31 Select Image Click event part 2 04:01:12 Dexter, Permissions, AlertDialogs 04:21:56 Taking a Foto and assigning it to an ImageView 04:34:35 Selecting an image from Gallery 04:42:24 Glide Demo 04:56:25 Using Glide for Images 05:02:03 Store Selected Image and get its path 05:17:51 RecyclerView and Adapter with ViewBinding 05:49:52 Selecting Elements from our lists 06:05:55 Setting up the Entity 06:19:01 Setting up DAO insert 06:25:41 - Setting up the Room Database 06:33:32 - Setting up the Repository 06:38:41 - Setting up the ViewModel as well as the application 06:52:15 - Inserting Data using ViewModel 06:59:47 - Retrieve Data from Room Database 07:12:24 - Displaying the Dishes in a RecyclerView grid 07:32:48 - Refactoring the app a little 07:38:40 - Outro android jetpack navigation bottomnavigationview android jetpack application Start android jetpack programming in this android jetpack course. Learn the android jetpack basics and android jetpack fundamentals. tutorialsEU offers you free video tutorials about programming and development for complete beginners up to experienced programmers. This includes C#, Unity, Android, Kotlin, etc. Stay tuned and subscribe to tutorialsEU: 🤍

Jetpack Navigation Component in One Video

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Android Jetpack and architecture courses: 🤍 In this video I show you everything you need to know to get stared with android jetpack navigation component library. This example is using Kotlin. I show you: 1) Creating a project with Kotlin and androidX 2) Navigation Component dependencies 3) Creating a navigation graph 3) NavHostFragment (Navigaton Host Fragment) 4) Adding fragments to the navigation graph 5) NavController and navigating between fragments 6) Fragment transition animations using the navigation graph 7) Backstack management with PopUpTo and PopUpToInclusive attributes 8) Sending data as Arguments through a Bundle to a Fragment Timestamps: What you'll see in this video (0:00 - 3:31) Creating a new project (3:31 - 5:02) Dependencies (5:02 - 7:15) Creating the Navigation Graph File (7:15 - 8:40) Adding the Fragments (8:40 - 10:51) Fragment Layouts ( 10:51 - 15:17) Adding Fragments to the Navigation Graph ( 15:17 - 18:12) NavHostFragment ( 18:12 - 19:13) NavController and OnClick Listeners (19:13 - 31:44) Fragment Transition Animations ( 31:44 - 40:43 ) Backstack Management: PopUpTo and PopUpToInclusive ( 40:43 - 46:23 ) Sending Data as Arguments through a Bundle to a Fragment ( 46:23 - end ) Code: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

How to optimize media streaming with ExoPlayer

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This workshop guides you through using the new Jetpack Media3 APIs to build a simple media app using ExoPlayer for progressive and adaptive streaming playback. Learn about the advantages of using ExoPlayer and the features it offers. Resources: Codelab source code → 🤍 AndroidX Media3 → 🤍 ExoPlayer blog → 🤍 Media streaming with ExoPlayer → 🤍 Speaker: Nevin Mital Watch more: All Google I/O 2022 Sessions → 🤍 Android and Play at Google I/O 2022 playlist → 🤍 All Google I/O 2022 workshops → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #GoogleIO #Featured #Jetpack #AndroidDevelopers

Now in Android: 31 - Modern Android development, AndroidX, articles, and more!

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Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Chet Haase covers an update on modern Android development content, documentation enhancements, AndroidX and Android Studio releases, many articles, and a podcast episode! 0:00 Modern Android Development 3:12 Documentation enhancements 4:48 AndroidX and Android Studio releases 7:33 Many articles posted 12:53 New podcast episode For links to these items, check out Now in Android #31 on Medium → 🤍 Now in Android podcast → 🤍 Now in Android articles → 🤍 Now in Android playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #Featured #AndroidDevelopers #NowInAndroid

Now in Android: 33 - Motion Layout, AndroidX, Hilt, WorkManager, and more!

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Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Chet Haase covers an update on the MAD Skills series covering Kotlin+Jetpack and MotionLayout, AndroidX, Hilt and WorkManager articles, MotionTags screencasts, and an ADB podcast episode on WindowManager. 0:00 - MAD Skills 2:24 - AndroidX 4:21 - Article and videos 5:01 - Motion Tags screencasts 5:57 - New podcast episode For links to these items, check out Now in Android #33 on Medium → 🤍 Now in Android podcast → 🤍 Now in Android articles → 🤍 Now in Android playlist → 🤍 Subscribe to Android Developers → 🤍 #Featured #AndroidDevelopers #NowInAndroid

Navigation Component - Android Studio Tutorial

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🏆 My Online Courses ⭐Discount Coupon: LAUNCH-STEVDZA-SAN 🤍 🐱‍👤 Wanna become a member? Join! 🤍 📸 Instagram 🤍 Navigation refers to the interactions that allow users to navigate across, into, and back out from the different pieces of content within your app. Android Jetpack's Navigation component helps you implement navigation, from simple button clicks to more complex patterns, such as app bars and the navigation drawer. The Navigation component consists of three key parts that are described below: * Navigation graph: An XML resource that contains all navigation-related information in one centralized location. This includes all of the individual content areas within your app, called destinations, as well as the possible paths that a user can take through your app. * NavHost: An empty container that displays destinations from your navigation graph. The Navigation component contains a default NavHost implementation, NavHostFragment, that displays fragment destinations. * NavController: An object that manages app navigation within a NavHost. The NavController orchestrates the swapping of destination content in the NavHost as users move throughout your app. As you navigate through your app, you tell the NavController that you want to navigate either along a specific path in your navigation graph or directly to a specific destination. The NavController then shows the appropriate destination in the NavHost.

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