damo.io

2015-05-09T14:47:52Z[UTC]

Android starter project with Kotlin, Robolectric, and Espresso. https://github.com/dam5s/android-example...

Android starter project with Kotlin, Robolectric, and Espresso.

https://github.com/dam5s/android-example-kotlin

I'm about to start a new Android project, so I thought I'd create a base structure for modern Android application development with Kotlin, Robolectric, Espresso, and using the Gradle build system. It plays nicely with Android Studio and allows for running Robolectric tests within the IDE.

Getting started with it would just be a matter of copying the entire source tree and renaming your packages and classes. (Only 4 of them in the existing project).

Enjoy!?

2015-04-27T23:51:21Z[UTC]

After a few upgrades.

After a few upgrades.?

2015-04-27T01:45:30Z[UTC]

If you refuse to use an IDE because you don't want to use a mouse. I agree with you, you should not ...

If you refuse to use an IDE because you don't want to use a mouse. I agree with you, you should not need to use the mouse, but your idea of what an IDE is, is wrong.

Since I started working for Pivotal Labs in Boulder, around 3 years ago, I've started using Rubymine, then IntelliJ Idea, App Code... And I do not need to use the mouse. If a workmate is using his mouse too much, I will take it away from him.

We've been using the MacOSX 10.5+ shortcut with only a few additions for about 2 years in our office. Our shortcuts are available on Github: http://github.com/pivotal-boulder/ide-preferences

Almost everything can be done with keyboard in Jetbrain's products, including refactorings and many useful code conversion tools. You'll also find a series of blog posts by Jared Caroll on our blog: http://pivotallabs.com/author/jcarroll/

Enjoy faster editing, and refactoring!?

2015-04-26T23:28:50Z[UTC]

Reshared post from Ars Technica:

I keep telling people that they should not bring in a library if they are able to implement it in a couple hours.AFNetworking is the perfect example of that. HTTP requests and asynchronous processing are not hard problems to solve with your own code.Don't be afraid to write code, pulling-in a library will most of the time result in extra complexity and sub-par solutions to your problems.

Original Post from Ars Technica:

The AFNetworking situation is even worse than first thought for iOS apps.?

2015-04-11T20:33:49Z[UTC]

Geeky weekend. And I'm gonna label every single one of them!

Geeky weekend. And I'm gonna label every single one of them!?

2015-04-01T14:10:02Z[UTC]

#ChromeSelfie

2015-03-14T18:35:39Z[UTC]

Is someone in this community going to do something about the obscene "theme screenshots"?... If you're...

Is someone in this community going to do something about the obscene "theme screenshots"?...

If you're gonna post pictures of icons, please refrain from doing so with half naked women as the wallpaper, this is not the place to display these.?

2015-03-14T01:08:51Z[UTC]

Present to self. #MetalSlug5   #NeoGeo  

Present to self. #MetalSlug5   #NeoGeo  ?

2015-02-07T00:59:37Z[UTC]

Reshared post from Martin Spitznagel:

Nothing to add.

Original Post from Martin Spitznagel:

HOLY CRAP, this is amazing. You've created something spectacular, guys. Love it!?

2015-02-03T02:55:05Z[UTC]

Reshared post from Germán Sande:

Great Aikido slowmotion video.

Original Post from Germán Sande:

Slowmotion...great!?

2013-06-30T01:44:33Z[UTC]

Object Oriented Rails ? Writing better controllers

I have been doing a lot of mobile development lately, using Objective-C on iOS, and Java on Android. Since I’m also a Ruby developer, it makes a lot of sense for me to try and apply what I learn from each of these languages and frameworks whenever I can. Today ...

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