I have released an example GitHub project to demonstrate a basic integration of Android and the Rotten Tomatoes API.
I have released my 5-part series on Android Camera development using fragments and list fragments in Android Studio on AirPair.
My guide on using fragments in Android Studio is now live on AirPair.com
AirPair.com has published my guide on List Fragments in Android Studio. Check it out if you are interested in learning the basics of list fragments.
I saw a thread on reddit the other day where someone was asking for advice on how to integrate the AWS Android SDK into Android Studio. Integrating AWS with Android Studio should be fairly straightforward as the AWS SDK comes with all the necessary .jar files you will need in order to get started.
AirPair.com has posted my article covering the differences between Android Studio and Eclipse.
I have been using TestFlight as my primary testing service across multiple client mobile projects for both Android and iOS for the last two years. After running across Ubertesters, an Israel-based mobile applications testing startup while at AppWorld in San Francisco last week, TestFlight may longer be my “go-to” app testing service of choice.
Read on to learn why you may want to make the switch to Ubertesters.com yourself.Note: I am still in the process of testing Ubertesters myself and will follow up with more edits when I am finished.
This article covers the basics of using Android Unit Tests with Android Studio.
Enabling Unit Testing In Android Studio
Many guides out there will encourage you to add some lines in your “build.gradle” to enable “instrument tests” and also tell you to include the Android testing libraries in your dependencies…
This is completely unnecessary and you won’t need to worry about doing that.
Android Studio supports Android Unit Tests natively and you can enable them by setting a few options in your project configuration.
Note: There are several popular unit testing frameworks such as Robolectric for Android which involve more set up and configuration than what I cover here. I hope to write a guide on that topic in the future.
Nice walkthrough on setting up Unit Testing with Android Studio: http://nikolaj.hesselholtskov.dk/2013/10/how-to-add-unit-tests-to-android-studio.html
- In your Genymotion Android emulator…
- Settings -> Wifi -> Press and hold your active network
- Select “Modify Network”
- Select “Show Advanced Options”
- Select “Proxy Settings -> Manual”
- Set your Proxy to: 10.0.3.2 (Genymotion’s special code for the local workstation)
- Set your Port to: 8888
- Press Save
You should now be able to see Genymotion traffic showing up in your Charles Proxy