We’re revisiting app widgets on Android to see what’s changed in the new Jetpack Glance framework
At Google I/O 2022 there was a strong focus on the larger Android ecosystem and not just improvements to the mobile phone experience.
There are many things to consider when building an Android app. Implementing best practices can help you and your team working on any codebase (new or legacy).
A few of our lead Android architects have summed up everything you need to know about Google i/o 2022 in just about 30 minutes.
So, you’ve got a great app to showcase your products and services. All its functionalities are up and running; meaning you can just leave it to do its thing in the background now, right? Wrong.
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Jetpack Compose is a new UI toolkit for native Android UI development that enables declarative UI.
And this time, we get a deep dive into one of 11 different announcements over the course of 11 weeks that coincide with the launch of Android 11.
This fourth and final part of the series, I’ll explain the Android and iOS bits of the Jenkinsfile and what is necessary to distribute to AppCenter.
One of the first things I learned in my Jenkins education is that the easiest way to set up a Jenkins pipeline, is to use a Jenkinsfile.
In order to seriously consider a toolkit for development it must be possible to implement a Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment pipeline for that toolkit.
A team of Bottle Rocket engineers collaborated to create a one-of-a-kind app that earned them a finalist position in the Android Challenge.
The app has been released to the public and is currently available in the Google Play store. The Path Finder app is also featured among other finalists in a curated ML collection by Google.
If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it - does it make a sound? If a feature is added and nobody can find it - does it exist?
Rumblings of fresh features and tools from WWDC and I/O have subsided, but that doesn't mean we've moved on . Quite the opposite, really.
Here are four key things that caught our attention and that we believe will have the greatest impact on business in the next year:åÊGoogle Assistant, App Actions, App Slices, and ML Kit.
Bottle RocketÕs developers have been participating in an Olympic-themed hackathon. Read more to find out why we think hackathons are so important.
Testing apps poses an interesting dilemma: Should testing be performed on physical devices, simulators, emulators, or cloud-based devices?
Rocket Science 2015, the mobile innovation lab and 24-hour hackathon from Bottle Rocket, revealed new thinking for mobile apps, virtual reality and more.
Android O isn't coming until later this year, but now's the time to start planning if you want your app to be ready when it's released.
Discover more about Bottle Rocket's first ever QA Bootcamp.
Did you know that Android is running on more than 85% of smartphones globally? Learn more about the growing ecosystem powered by Google.
GoogleÕs major developer conference, Google I/O, was chock full of useful information. Check out Bottle RocketÕs webinar to recap the top developments.
Rocketeers cheered at the news (literally). At last! Android devs and Kotlin could be together. But why all the excitement? Let us explain...
Learn about low-friction development environments - what they are, their benefits, best practices, and more - from our iOS Architect.
Developing with the future in mind may take additional time in the present, but it can save you a lot of time and money in the future.
As part of Civil War Week, HISTORYå¨ Digital is releasing an updated version of the award-winning The Civil War Today iPad app developed by Bottle Rocket.
At Bottle Rocket, we occasionally take time to focus on exploring new technologies. We call these ÒHack WeeksÓ and they generally consist of small teams meeting for an hour or two each day to try out some new ideas.
Discover more about the latest Android Pay news as we recap Google's latest Android Pay event in San Fransisco.