At the 30th #ebaytechtalk, we’ll talk about Android development. In the first talk, Yasin will present you code quality tips and best practices and in the second talk Thomas will show how to use the runtime permission model.
As always we will have some free food and drinks afterwards.
Code Quality Tips and Best Practices for Android
Android apps are developed using JAVA, but not all Android developers are "real" JAVA developers (including myself). There are many rules and best practices to write clean code on JAVA, but how much do we care about those as Android developers?
In this talk, I will discuss some code quality tips and best practices, which make most sense for Android code, with examples of bad and improved versions of code. Furthermore, I will recommend some popular source code analysis tools and explain how we brought them into our attention in our day-to-day development process.
Implementing the runtime permission model
This talk covers a way of implementing the new runtime permission model introduced with Android Marshmallow. This talk gives insights of the changes to the previous model and present examples of the migration and therefore provide suggestions and pitfalls. This talks also shows how to work with a preview release of an OS and how to work with that.
My name is Thomas Rebouillon and I work for mobile.de since April 2015 as an Android developer. In former times I also worked as Android developer for ImmobilienScout and Idealo. I am experienced with Android for 4,5 years now.
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