Splitting Pull Request

How to Split Pull Requests – Good Practices, Methods and Git Strategies

6 good practices, 7 methods, and 4 Git Strategies for Pull Request creating and splitting.

How to work with Android Legacy Code

Diving Into Android Legacy Code

Learn how to prepare yourself to work on the Android legacy code

How to add Chuck Norris jokes to Bitrise build logs

How to Add Chuck Norris Jokes to Bitrise Build Logs

Continuous Integration can be a lot of fun so I’ve created a step that will add jokes about Chuck Norris to Bitrise build logs. In this article, I’ll describe step by step how I created this step. Don’t forget to add the step to your workflow!

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Grant Manual Tester Access to the Code

When a manual tester wants to automate. Why you shouldn’t be afraid of giving QA specialists access to a repository and how to do it smart.

How to Report Bugs so that Developers Won’t Hate you

How to Report Bugs so that Developers Won’t Hate you – 7 tips for Quality Assurance Professionals

How should a Quality Assurance Professional communicate with a Developer? In the article, you will find 7 must-read tips that will help you avoid conflicts and make your cooperation more enjoyable and productive.

How to Create Bitrise Step in Go - Flutter Example

How to Create Bitrise Step in Go – Flutter Example

In this article, we will show you how to create & publish your own Bitrise step on the example of Flutter. We will focus on programming in Go which is the main language used by Bitrise. 

How to Use Shared Element Transition with Glide in 4 steps

How to Use Shared Element Transition with Glide in 4 steps

In this article, you will learn how to implement Shared Element Transition with Glide, an image loading library, and how to handle possible states. With this transition, you will improve the look and feel of your app and keep your users happy.

Property Order in Kotlin – Why It Matters

Writing Android apps in Kotlin is nice, as it’s easy to learn, especially when we know Java. Yet there are some traps we can fall into. Today, I would like to show you one related to Kotlin properties. We will also look into the bytecode.

Android Studio and Git branches

Android Studio and Git Branches – How to Simplify Your Work

Are you irritated by having too many branches in your repo? This article explains how to work in a thicket of branches and how to cut them down in one shot.

Junior Developer Job Interview – Questions Which Can Surprise You

Junior Developer Job Interview – Questions Which Can Surprise You

Do you want to get a job as a junior developer? Right from the start, you need to know that your profession is much wider than you thought and an employer will want you to know more. Why? Let me explain.

2018 Tech Events You Can’t Miss (Recommended By Our Team)

Based on our experience we’ve created the list of some cool tech, design and business events happening in 2018!

Android Strings XML Tips & Tricks

This article shows a few tricks which can help you when developing string resources for Android applications.

Professional Developer: What Does It Mean?

How can you become a professional & satisfied developer? At first, I was exhausted and irritated but, fortunately, I managed to change it. I created a list of rules for myself which I want to share with you. 

Time of Check to Time of Use Race Conditions in Android UI

Edge Cases to Keep in Mind. Part 3 – Time of Check to Time of Use Race Conditions in Android UI

In this article, we’ll show how race conditions affect Android runtime permission system.

Step by Step Guide for Android developer beginner Creating lists

Android Developer Beginner. Step #2  –  Creating Lists

This is the second article from our series which points out the most crucial parts in the beginning of Android development, step by step. Let’s focus on creating lists!

Create list with RecyclerView in Android

How to Implement RecyclerView | Guide for Android Developers

Let’s create a list with RecyclerView! A step-by-step guide for Android developers.

Creatling lists in Android with ListView

How to Implement ListView | Guide for Android Developers

Let’s create a list with ListView! A step-by-step guide for Android developers.

Android Developer beginner. Step #1  –  Interacting with the UI

Android Developer beginner. Step #1  –  Interacting with the UI

This is the first article from a series which point out the most crucial parts in the beginning of Android development. Step by step.