REPL in Kotlin

Kotlin REPL stands for Read- Eval- Print- Loop. It is one of the interactive shell tool to quickly run a part of code directly without actually running the whole app. REPL is a interactive computer programming environment that takes single user inputs (i.e. single expressions), evaluates them, and returns the result to the user Location … Continue reading REPL in Kotlin


Color Tool

Google had introduced tool named Color Tool on April 2017. It is one of the best source to create attractive UI by choosing color schemes that include darker and lighter variations of your primary and secondary colors. Well many of us struggled hard to find the attractive and eye appealing color scheme for our application … Continue reading Color Tool

Animated Gradient Background Splash Screen

Are you bored of making splash screen with solid colour background? Do you want to make it more attractive and eye catching experience for user? Well, following article will solve all your questions. Instead of making background of splash screen of simple solid colours we can add the list of animation with gradient colours. Its … Continue reading Animated Gradient Background Splash Screen

Glide Library

In my previous article we discussed about one Library called Picasso Library for Image caching and downloading. Alternative to Picasso Library is Glide Library. Glide Library  is also used for caching and downloading images with ease.It is developed by bumptech and recommended by Google.Now question arise which library from Glide and Picasso is better option. I … Continue reading Glide Library

Java Coding Standards

Coding Standards for Components: It is recommended to write components name by its purpose. This approach improves the readability and maintainability of code. Coding Standards for Classes: Usually class name should be noun starting with uppercase letter. If it contains multiple word than every inner word should start with uppercase. Eg: String, StringBuffer, Dog Coding … Continue reading Java Coding Standards

What’s New in “Android O”?

The developer preview of Android O which arrived on 21 March 2017 has brought many exciting features. This preview was for the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Nexus Player. It is expected to have second preview in mid May. Notification Handling: Notification are sometime very annoying when it pops … Continue reading What’s New in “Android O”?