This post describes how to disable animations on Android device or AVD before running UI tests (especially Espresso-powered) in reliable way.
Simple example of how we can start another app in split-screen mode
Simple example of how to handle drag and drop during multi-window
Simple example of how to handle screen changes during multi-window
Some advanced solutions for unit tests
Read how to make your Android App more delightful using Card Flip Animation.
You can find complete source code on Droids on Roids’ GitHub repository Background One of the useful features for Gerrit users is to receive notifications about events related to their changes. Gerrit contains built-in support for email notifications. You can just configure SMTP settings and voilà, bunch categories of emails will be sent. So far so […]
The project can be found on DroidsOnRoids Github in Material Showcase repository. First glance The circular reveal animation is one of the most popular animations in a Material Design paradigm. Following official android documentation: Reveal animations provide users visual continuity when you show or hide a group of UI elements. So with this kind of animation […]
In this article I’d like to show you most useful (and free!) tools that you might like while designing your Android app. You’ll find plugins, web sites and more. So let’s start! 1. Device Metrics – web site Web site: https://design.google.com/devices/ Have you ever wondered what density has your phone? Or which device has tvdpi […]