Drebin, a binder framework

Drebin is a binder framework for Android's RecyclerView. The name comes from the Lt. Frank Drebin. First, because Leslie Nielsen is godlike. And second, because Drebin is an anagram for Binder. The binders are defined as stateless templates, can be easily injected if you are using a DI framework, and…

Revamp, tiny and opinionated MVP framework

I noticed I never talked here (or anywhere for that matter) about my take on MVP, called revamp, that I started coding/using almost 2 years ago. It is a tiny framework that has been pivotal on the development of my personal apps. It comes with a couple of goodies…

Improvements in Smart Adapters 1.2

The 1.2.x version is the multi mapper release. And what does that mean? After receiving some feedback and dealing with some user problems, there was an issue that was coming up again and again: what if we wanted one object class to be mapped to to more than…

To hell with adapters, with Smart Adapters

What I have dreaded for ages in Android was having to deal with Adapters in my ListViews. The code is always boring and pretty much the same all the time, and whenever it feels different, it means that the cells are getting too complicated... the adapter's LOC grow more and…

Bye-hoo

Today is my last day at Yahoo. These months have been really fun; I've learned a lot and got to meet very cool people along the way! I wish you guys the best in your new adventures too! I will throw some pictures for nostalgia's sake ­čśé…