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A developer podcast about tools, libraries, and productivity. The Developers' Bakery is a place for open-source developers and maintainers to share their experience and projects. A journey through the tools and libraries that help developers worldwide baking great software daily. Join Nicola Corti through this journey among open source and beyond.
 
Android App Arena is your weekly source for some of the latest and greatest apps and games available on the Android mobile platform. Hands-on demos, category shoot-outs, a closer look at the biggest new app of the week, and in-depth interviews with some of Android's best developers. Vote for your favorite apps on our subreddit at androidapparena.reddit.com. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives. Find more Android coverage on All About And ...
 
Android App Arena is your weekly source for some of the latest and greatest apps and games available on the Android mobile platform. Hands-on demos, category shoot-outs, a closer look at the biggest new app of the week, and in-depth interviews with some of Android's best developers. Vote for your favorite apps on our subreddit at androidapparena.reddit.com. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives. Find more Android coverage on All About And ...
 
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In this episode, Chet and Romain talked with Nicole McWilliams and Petr Čermák from the London engineering office about their work on App Widgets and Digital Wellbeing. Romain: @romainguy Chet: @chethaase Tor: @tornorbye Nicole: ​​@nicolelaure Subscribe to Android Developers → https://goo.gle/AndroidDevs…
 
In this episode, Chet, Romain and Tor sit down to chat about the Android DevSummit, and in particular all the new features arriving in Android Studio, along with a few other topics like Chet's new jank stats library, the Android 12L release, and more. Top row: Chet and Tor. Bottom row: Romain. The Android Studio talk discussed is https://goo.gle/3c…
 
It’s been since episode #07 that we haven’t talked about Flutter 💙, so today we have Miguel Beltran on stage to talk about one of the most important library for it: Plus Plugins. Miguel is one of the maintainer of this popular collection of plugins. Plus plugins offer multiplatform capability to access informations such as battery, connectivity, se…
 
In this episode we’re back on the topic of Cloud IDEs with Geoffrey Huntley to talk us about Gitpod 🚀. First, I had the pleasure to ask Geoff some insights on his van life ⛺️. Geoff is living remote work at its finest, working from his van in Australia and apparently enjoying it a lot (make sure to checkout his blogposts about it)! But Geoff is als…
 
In this episode, Bart Wronski takes Tor, Romain, and Chet through the camera pipeline that powers the Pixel phones. We talked about how cameras capture images, and how the algorithms responsible for Pixel’s beautiful images work. If you’ve ever wondered how HDR+ or Night Sight works, this episode if for you! Top row: Tor and Bart. Bottom row: Chet …
 
You don’t get to build a browser every day right? Today we have Sebastian Kaspari on stage to talk us about Firefox for Android 🦊. Together we will walk through what it takes to write a mobile browser, and we will discover some of the open-source projects in the Mozilla ecosystem such as Firefox Focus, GeckoView and Mozilla Android Components. Enjo…
 
So we made it to Episode 20! 🎂. If you’ve been enjoying this podcast so far, please consider making a small donation to my London Marathon 2021 fundaraising. You’ll be supporting Mencap, the voice of Learning Disabilities 🙏 Thank you so much. We’re celebrating this milestone with a special episode.The tool we’re going to talk about today is not a G…
 
In this episode, Chet, Romain and Tor have a chat with Selim, Vadim and Lucas from the Android system UI team, discussing many of the new features in Android 12's user interface. Top row: Vadim, Selim and Romain. Bottom row: Lucas, Tor and Chet. Some relevant links for the Splash screen discussion: https://goo.gle/3APByre https://goo.gle/3zGDVeB Se…
 
Today we venture into the realm of Functional Programming with Arrow 🏹 and Simon Vergauwen. Arrow is the functional companion library for Kotlin. It makes writing FP code easier thanks to classes and extensions to the Kotlin standard library. In this episode we talk about the story of this library and what is offering nowadays to Kotlin developers.…
 
In this episode, Chet, Romain and Tor have a chat with Gabriel Peal from Tonal, well known for his contributions to the Android community on projects such as Mavericks and Lottie. We talked about Lottie and how it helps designers and developers deliver more delightful user experiences by taking complex animations designed in specialized authoring t…
 
In this episode, Tor and Nick are joined by Chris Sinco, Diego Perez and Nicolas Roard to discuss the features added to Android Studio for Jetpack Compose. They discuss the Compose preview, interactive preview, animation inspector and additions to the Layout inspector and their approach to create tooling to support the Compose’s code-centric approa…
 
Are you ready to relocate your IDE to the cloud ☁️? In this episode we welcome on stage Joe Previte to talk about code-server, the solution to run VS Code in your browser. Joe is also working for coder.com, an enterprise service that offers code-server deployment ready to use. Today he will tell us about his journey with cloud IDEs, through shiny f…
 
In this episode, Chet, Romain and Tor talk with Chris Craik and Rahul Ravikumar from the toolkit performance team. We talk about the recently released the macrobenchmark tool+library, in addition to other interesting bits like how the benchmark libraries work, how to use them, how they relate to system tracing, how to do performance debugging in ge…
 
Today we touch a bit on the Python 🐍 world as I have the honor to have on-stage Patrick Arminio, author and maintainer of Strawberry 🍓. Strawberry is a GraphQL library for Python 3. It comes with a lot of nice features built on top of language feature such as dataclasses and type hints. Patrick is also doing an amazing work in building a vibrant co…
 
In this episode, Chet, Romain and Tor talk with Sara N Marandi, Fred Chung and Erik Wolsheimer about the new privacy features in Android 12, such as the privacy dashboard, and the camera and microphone usage indicators. Guests Eric, Sara and Fred on the top row, and hosts Romain, Tor and Chet on the bottom row. Permission best practices → https://g…
 
In this episode, Nick and Romain are joined by Filip Pavlis, Jelle Fresen & Jose Alcérreca to talk about Testing in Compose. They discuss how Compose’s testing APIs were developed hand-in-hand with the UI toolkit, making them more deterministic and opening up new possibilities like manipulating time. They go on to discuss the semantics tree, intero…
 
Today I have the honor to host on-stage Kosh Sergani, author and maintainer of FastHub. If you don’t know FastHub yet, it’s one of the most popular Github client for Android. It’s obviously fully open-sourced and Kosh has been developing it from day 1. Today he’s sharing with us the story of this project, how it started and how it evolved. Make sur…
 
In this episode Nick and Chet are joined by Dois Liu and Nader Jawad to discuss Compose’s Animation and Graphics systems. They cover their goals to make both systems easier to understand, more consistent and simpler to work with. They explain how they adapted traditionally imperative systems to a declarative world and give an overview of both the h…
 
☢️☢️☢️ When Gradle or the IDE let you down, just --nuke all them caches ☢️☢️☢️ Today’s project is basically a script: deep-clean. This script is the last resort to unblock yourself when your Android/JVM/Gradle builds are damn broken.deep-clean will take care of cleaning up your build caches. If you’re really stuck, you should also look into the --n…
 
In this episode, Romain and Tor are joined by Adarsh Fernando, Arif Sukoco and Yahan Zhou from the Android Studio team, covering the recent improvements to support for testing. This includes automated test snapshots, where the emulator captures a snapshot for a failing test you can then load and analyze later, it includes the Test Matrix tool where…
 
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