Infinum Android talks

Let's talk about Android!

Interesting talks and mini lectures about new and cool stuff that's going on in the world of Android development, organized by the Infinum Android team.

Android talks

Our Android team grew to 10+ people during the last year. As expected, some people are more experienced because they are longer in the business. Others have knowledge of a specific tool or library which are potentially useful to the whole team. That's why we decided to organize our own weekly internal lectures called "Android talks". Main goal of these talks is sharing knowledge between members of our team, but they also provide a good opportunity to grab a beer after work.

Since starting Android talks, we quickly realized they could be interesting to other people as well, especially students interested in programming for Android. Therefore we decided to move our Android talks to Google Hangouts and share them with the world.

The next Android talk will be on Thursday, April 9th, 2015 at 06:00 PM GMT+1. Get a cup of your favorite beverage and join us! (the talks are in English!)

Facebook event | Google Hangouts event | Meetup event

Ivan Kust
Getting Groovy on Android
Groovy is a dynamic language similar to Python, Ruby, Pearl and Smalltalk. Since it compiles to Java bytecode it can be used to write Android applications as well. We’ll demonstrate how to setup a Groovy Android application project, show the advantages, disadvantages and provide some code examples.

Getting Groovy on Android @ Slideshare
Ivan Kocijan
Android libraries which we use on a daily basis
There's a large number of libraries available for Android but who has the time to try them all? In this lecture we'll show you a few libraries which we use on daily basis and explain how they can help you to get the job done faster.

Android libraries @ Slideshare
Filip Vinkovic
Implementing Material Design
Material design brings UI elements composed of pieces of digital paper and ink. Let's see how we can create alive and fluid apps by implementing animations, adding visual response to user interaction and using elements like cards and floating action buttons.

Implementing Material Design @ Slideshare

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