Category Archives: android

ExoPlayer and Kotlin Thoughts

This past weekend I finally took the plunge and updated my Android TV / Fire TV application to use ExoPlayer.   Yeah, I’m a bit behind the curve here, and should have done this a while ago.   When I … Continue reading

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The State of Android and Eclipse

So it has been a while since I posted an update of where things stand.  Honestly, not a lot has changed on the eclipse front.  We still don’t have built in AAR support, there is no integrated Gradle support between … Continue reading

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Andmore 0.5.1

A small maintenance release for the Andmore project has been released. This release contains a handful of bug fixes that have been provided entirely by the community. So if you have the will and desire to help move Android development … Continue reading

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Andmore 0.5-M7 available.

It’s been a while since I posted an update.  Milestone 0.5-M7 is available for download.  This is a pretty big upgrade to the underlying support libraries.   You should now be able to work with Android versions up to M … Continue reading

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Andmore 0.5-M3 available.

The third stable milestone is ready for you, the user community to kick the tires, and use for your development.  This is primarily a bug and stability milestone.  The one big addition is that Andmore now supports multi-dexing of the … Continue reading

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Andmore 0.5-M2 Released

The second stable milestone release is ready for you, the user community to kick the tires, and start to use for your development.  Thanks to several community members for fixes in this release.  The most important being that the Android XML … Continue reading

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Android Developer Tools is dead….long live Andmore.

It is now official.   A posting from the official Android Developer’s blog has confirmed what many of us already knew, that the days of the original Android Developer Tools based on Eclipse was numbered.   Honestly, I think this … Continue reading

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