Not long ago, I went through a project with a common problem in almost every applications, which is Error View Handling.

Every application has its own scenario, and on this article, I will describe to you the way I have approached mine.

Getting Started

The goal here is to have a way…


Did you ever think how would your UI behave when there is an e҉a҉r҉t҉h҉q҉u҉a҉k҉e҉?

Well… I can show you!


Nowadays, Android apps have more and more features, and also, more and more data to show to the user. Even with the best User Experience (UX), with so many data, it may become hard for users to find what they are looking for.

One common way to make this is…


Hello!

I ended up not entering properly in the challenge to win the prize, but I have decided to complete it anyway to learn be able to describe it here, so you can understand my way of thinking and how I have achieved my solution.

General Information:


On this article, I’ll show you how to reproduce an infinite Pendulum effect on any composable you want.

To make the Pendulum idea simple, let’s think this way:


Hello again!

So, since the Android team released Jetpack Compose first beta version, I’ve been trying my best to keep in sync with all the updates, by following the Android Dev Challenges and also by trying to reproduce my projects with it.

This time, I’ll show you how to reproduce…


Hello.

This is my first story on this kind of themes, but I hope I can catch your attention anyway.

So, since the Android team released Jetpack Compose first beta version, I’ve been trying my best to keep in sync with all the updates, by following the Android Dev Challenges


1) When taking a picture, squint your eyes to make your smile look much more genuine.

2) If a person feels uncomfortable, unconsciously touch their necks .The neck is home to nerve endings that, when touched, can help lower your heart rate and calm you down.

3) Put your nail…

Paulo Pereira

Hello! I am Paulo and I’m 23 years old. | Software Engineer @Talkdesk | Android Tech Editor @Raywenderlich | Associate Android Developer certified by Google

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