[U] Android UI – Tips & Tricks

Brief written observations which are important to remember and use, usually with an explanation and examples.

Android, BBeacon, GetNoticed2017!, Medium

#Week 11 – Beacon localization

Key task that I realized in last time was handling beacon localization. Result my work is visible on the screen below. A user can see last available points on a map. Points are stored in a database. I set a default limit to 300 points for each beacon and if this range is exceeded older… Continue reading #Week 11 – Beacon localization

Android, GetNoticed2017!, Long, Versions

Android O – what new?

In this article, I try show brief review new features which were introduced in Android O. Google focused their attention mainly on power and performance optimization. News regarding this version could be divided into two categories: Features and API: Notifications - Android O introduced a new feature that is called "Notifications channels" that mean your… Continue reading Android O – what new?

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#Week 10 – Configure your beacon

Hi, in the near future I'm going to work on communication with a beacon. After adding beacon it must be configurable.  Screen with details is shown below. Here you can edit name your beacon, edit color, check battery status and check if the beacon is moved. If last two options occur: battery is low or… Continue reading #Week 10 – Configure your beacon

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Retrofit – first look

Many mobile apps need exchange data with a server (mostly by HTTP protocol). It could be realized by REST API. What is REST I shortly introduced here. Retrofit is a REST client for Android (or just Java) developed by Square. Of course, you can create the connection with the server without external libraries, but it… Continue reading Retrofit – first look