Setting up a SwipeRefreshLayout is pretty easy. There are great tutorials out there [http://antonioleiva.com/swiperefreshlayout]. Even more if you already played around with other compat components like the DrawerLayout [http://developer.android.com/training/implementing-navigation/nav-drawer.html]. You just wrap your ScrollView or ListView, a few wiring here
I have created a new gem, GitHub Downloader, which does basically that: it downloads the source code from GitHub repos, packed in zip files. It's open sourced [https://github.com/mrmans0n/github-downloader], of course. You have in there the usage instructions too. I needed an script for doing that, and
I released a little plugin this week for being used in Android Studio or IntelliJ, for being able to generate automatically the @ViewById annotations from the awesome Android Annotations [http://androidannotations.org]. You can access the menu by clicking on a layout id like R.layout.yourlayoutname, selecting Generate and
This year has been good to me, in code and in personal life. Got to improve some personal projects, did some interesting things at work, and received pretty good news. I finally got to give back, releasing some opensource projects like localio [http://github.com/mrmans0n/localio], clusterer [http://github.
I created this very little tiny project in Sinatra [https://github.com/mrmans0n/site-mobilizer] for being able to obscure the usage of the Readability's Parser API [https://www.readability.com/developers/api/parser] token, as suggested in their documentation. So, if you had any intention to use this, well... the
I always read the same and never-ending articles / posts / tweets about Android's fragmentation. The same boring infographics [http://opensignal.com/reports/fragmentation.php], the same Google Play pie charts with Android version penetration, and always the same argument about how the developers are crazy about it, like if it's impossible