PLURALSIGHT Droidcon Boston ’19: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Error Handling on Android

PLURALSIGHT DROIDCON BOSTON 19 EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT ERROR HANDLING ON ANDROID
English | Size: 255.66 MB
Category: Tutorial


We all use crash reporting tools in our apps, but have you ever wondered what happens under the hood? How do these crash reporters do what they do to make our debugging lives easier? Let’s find out! In this session, you’ll learn how to create a crash reporting SDK from scratch using Android’s UncaughtExceptionHandler, starting by capturing and sending stack traces to an HTTP endpoint. We’ll then progressively add functionality onto our crash reporter until it’s turned into a battle-tested SDK that we’re confident will save us hours of debugging crashes in production. As expected diving deeper into the inner workings of our tools, we’ll encounter challenges along the way. We’ll analyze the various scenarios, what they mean for our apps, and how to best go about solving for them given tradeoffs and solutions. Here are some of the challenges we’ll encounter: For starters, we’ll discuss the design constraints caused by working in a low-memory environment, and how streaming IO and JSON serialization can help us capture OutOfMemoryErrors. We’ll also learn the best practices of caching undelivered reports on disk for future delivery and triggering automatic upload of reports in response to connectivity changes. We’ll consider privacy issues, like how we can collect useful metadata about the device and application at the time of crash while respecting user privacy by filtering sensitive information. To further expand our tool, we’ll capture exceptions caught in a try-catch block and discuss the difficulties with ensuring thread-safety in these situations. Then we’ll move on to the various strategies for testing a crash reporter and walk through the benefits of black-box end-to-end tests. Another issue to examine is how we can deobfuscate stack traces in apps which use R8-we’ll review uploading a mapping file to an HTTP endpoint and read its contents to reveal a readable stack trace. There are even things we can do to highlight the most useful parts of stack traces as well as thinking through grouping related errors together. Then we’ll consider supporting different API levels and how it affects the collection of useful data, and finally, we’ll touch on capturing errors in NDK apps and the potential pitfalls in the Java Native Interface. [Read more…]

PLURALSIGHT Droidcon Boston ’19: Keynote: Lessons from Teaching Android on the Ground and in the Cloud-JGTiSO

PLURALSIGHT DROIDCON BOSTON 19 KEYNOTE LESSONS FROM TEACHING ANDROID ON THE GROUND AND IN THE CLOUD-JGTiSO
English | Size: 289.54 MB
Category: Tutorial


Chances are that you’re a teacher – whether you’ve formally taught in a classroom, shared an engineering experience as a talk or blog post, or helped out someone new on your team. Since you’re a teacher, you should care about being a good teacher. Good teaching empowers those around you and nurtures healthy technical communities. Also, teaching doesn’t need to be entirely altruistic – often the best way to truly learn something is to teach it. My education career started over a decade ago. It has included teaching at an all girl’s STEM school in Rwanda and for the last five years as an online instructor for Google’s Android courses. The Google courses are by far the biggest “classroom” I’ve been a part of, with a diverse and driven pool of students. Android has also had seismic changes over the past few years. These facts combined make Android a subject where teachers need to continually adapt, iterate and hone their skills. In this talk, I’ll share what it’s like behind the scenes: scripting, filming and producing Android classes for hundreds of thousands of students, including what we got right, and what took a few tries. From this, I’ll cover reflections and practical takeaways about teaching Android and teaching in general. Because I am a teacher and so are you! [Read more…]

PLURALSIGHT Droidcon Boston ’19: Keynote: Android Routines on Coroutines

PLURALSIGHT DROIDCON BOSTON 19 KEYNOTE ANDROID ROUTINES ON COROUTINES
English | Size: 388.39 MB
Category: Tutorial


Coroutines have been around since the dawn of programming languages, but it’s only recently come to Android programmers through Kotlin. Journey through the history of coroutines, learning what problems they’re good at solving – and how they can be used effectively in our Android applications. [Read more…]

LINKEDIN LEARNING Android Development Essential Training: App Architecture

LINKEDIN LEARNING Android Development Essential Training: App Architecture
English | Size: 451.50 MB
Category: Tutorial


The Android app architecture constantly evolves. The introduction of the Kotlin programming language, new form factors such as Chromebooks, and reusable architecture components have made it faster and easier than ever to build high-quality Android apps. It is imperative that developers understand what the latest tools and recommendations are and how to use them to build out their applications. In this course, instructor David Gassner explains how to build an Android app that uses Kotlin instead of Java, add navigation functionality, and leverage the most useful architecture components such as LifecycleObserver, ViewModel, and LiveData, to create apps that are robust and easy to maintain over time.
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Android – only Paid – Week 11 2019 – APP MISC-IPT

Android – only Paid – Week 11 2019 – APP MISC-IPT
English | Size: 2.37 GB
Category: Tutorial

PLEASE keep in mind that not all apps/games work on all
devices due to the software the device providers install.

PLEASE make sure you are using winrar 5.01 or newer.

Move APK onto your device.
Move obb folder to \sdcard\Android\obb .
Install Application.
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Complete Ethical Hacking With Termux Android Tutorial 2019

Complete Ethical Hacking With Termux Android Tutorial 2019
English | Size: 340.72 MB
Category: CBTs

Complete Ethical Hacking With Termux : Android Tutorial 2019
Fun With Termux : Best Way To Use Android As A Hacking Device

Description
Hello, Welcome to my course Complete Ethical Hacking With Termux : Android Tutorial 2019. In this course you will learn how to Hack and Secure with termux with your Android device from scratch, you don’t need to have any prior knowledge about Hacking, Linux, Android and even Computers. This course is designed for everyone out there who want to learn how to learn ethical hacking in new and fun way with Android devices. [Read more…]

Android – only Paid – Week 02 2 0f 2 2019 – GAMES

Android – only Paid – Week 02 2 0f 2 2019 – GAMES-IPT
English | Size: 15.98 GB
Category: Tutorial

GAME – (18+) Dragon Ball Infinity.apk
GAME – (18+) Kingdom of Deception 0.7.0.rar
GAME – (18+) Miyui – My Neighbor Swordswoman in School.apk
GAME – 3D MMO Celtic Heroes 3.3.2.apk
GAME – 3D MMO Celtic Heroes 3.3.2-OBB.part1.rar
GAME – 3D MMO Celtic Heroes 3.3.2-OBB.part2.rar
GAME – Age of 2048 Civilization City Building Games 1.6.2.apk
GAME – Ancient Genocide 1.2.0.apk
GAME – ARK Survival Evolved 1.1.14 Full.apk
GAME – ARK Survival Evolved 1.1.14 Full-OBB.part1.rar
GAME – ARK Survival Evolved 1.1.14 Full-OBB.part2.rar
GAME – ARK Survival Evolved 1.1.14 Full-OBB.part3.rar
GAME – ARK Survival Evolved 1.1.14 Full-OBB.part4.rar
GAME – Army Men Strike 2.82.0.apk
GAME – Army Men Strike 2.82.0-OBB.rar
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Android Password Cracking Expert – Crack passwords on the go

Android Password Cracking Expert – Crack passwords on the go
English | Size: 300.75 MB
Category: CBTs

You’re here because you’re ready to learn how to crack android pin, pattern or passwords. Android is a tough operating systems but there are some methods to crack into android devices without data loss. Data protection is an important part while conducting forensics investigation and there are times were investigators have to crack into criminal’s smartphones. In this scenario, data is important. Even while spying on someone’s phone, we need to get into their phone without changing the password or making changes in the phone. This course is all about cracking passwords. We will discuss few methods of cracking passwords without data loss.
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Udacity – Android Developer Nanodegree nd801 v7.0.0

Udacity – Android Developer Nanodegree nd801 v7.0.0
English | Size: 6.24 GB
Category: CBTS

We built this Nanodegree program in partnership with Google specifically to support aspiring Android Developers. The curriculum is designed to transform those with intermediate skills and a working knowledge of Java development best practices into specialists with the Android platform.
Successful completion of the program means a diverse portfolio of projects to show employers, an established credential to affirm your achievements, and your own app on the Google Play Store. If your goal is employment as an Android Developer, this program is exactly what you need to succeed. [Read more…]

Udacity – Android Basics Nanodegree by Google nd803 v1.0.0

Udacity – Android Basics Nanodegree by Google nd803 v1.0.0
English | Size: 8.94 GB
Category: Tutorial

Want to learn Android programming basics, but don’t know where to start? In this Nanodegree program, we’ll show you the way. We developed this curriculum with Google for true beginners interested in developing apps for the next billion Android users!
Content:
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