Founded after it's 2007 unveiling , the London Android User Group has since met monthly to discuss how the community can continually push the Android platform into its interconnected future. We care about technology and Androids place in future technology, no OS wars here just constructive discussion on design, development, build systems & processes.
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Quest of a hero
Featuring Raul Hernandez
A quest of the hero that everyone has inside, having a parallelism with an animated story (dragon ball), I give a trip around my experience from the beginning to nowadays in Android, how this started, how did go, what did help, and what I would expect to be at a next future. In addition to this,...mobile app-development machine-learning mvp android ar
Launching Beeline, a digital compass for your bike
Featuring Chetan Padia
How we built a cross-platform app in a couple of months with a very small team. (Hint: Firebase) We'll cover how to set up staging and production environments, how we specify and thoroughly test our rules in Bolt - a Firebase-specific DSL - and how that helps us to integrate quickly on...mobile-development mobile-application Bolt iOS app-development cross-platform-app firebase mobile android
Rx All the Things!
Featuring Jim Reeves
Due to fast and organic growth of a lot of code over a short period of time with a newly formed set of teams many of the components used in Veon applications have had to be developed in isolation before integrating them into the application proper. This has led to a high level of code...mvp java rxjava Rx mobile android
Using Git like a pro: “Master-only” workflow, other branching strategies and Git hacks
Featuring Savvas Dalkitsis
In this talk we will be discussing advanced Git techniques, how you can utilize different branching strategies to achieve a rapid workflow depending on the structure of your team, followed by an assortment of 'hacks', or useful tricks, that allow you to optimize the way you work and share...git work-flow mobile londroid android
On the journey from legacy code to clean architecture
Featuring Marcus Wermuth and Joe Birch
Buffer for Android was first made in 2012 - and since then it's seen a range of iterations and features. Whilst it's important for a product to grow in-order to meet the needs of users, it's easy for code to become unclean and lose any sense of architecture. This legacy code makes it...Espresso junit dagger rxjava clean-code architecture clean-architecture mobile android londroid
Building a Modern Mobile Banking App
Featuring Ivan Carbello and Emma Guy
Just over 18 months ago we set out to build the ‘best bank on the planet’ from scratch. Today with 45,000 users and counting, our goals remain the same; to make managing your money as simple as ordering a pizza or a taxi. Join us for an introduction to the newly released Android beta, an insight...finance app-development banking mobile londroid android
Be together, not the same
Featuring Romain Piel and Anastasia Lopez
The Android community is growing by leaps and bounds these days, connecting thousands of developers with values like openness, respect, and diversity. But what can we do to make sure these values are maintained? How can we contribute to building a strong culture?community mobile londroid android
Building a framework with Clean Architecture
Featuring Rich King
Over the last year there has been a lot of buzz about Clean Architecture in the Android community, but what's Clean Architecture? How does it work? And should I be using it? Recently at Badoo, we decided to rewrite our messenger component and in parallel to release and open source chat...clean-architecture clean-code architecture framework jvm mobile-platform mobile android londroid
Presentation Patterns Using Rx
Featuring Flavio Zanda and Yoel Gluschnaider
When creating an Android app there are a lot of design patterns for the presentation layer that you can use like: MVVM, MVP, MVC. These can be implemented in several different ways using Rx. In the talk we will explore Reactive MVP and MVVM using Rx and their pros and cons.Rx mvvm Reactive-MVP app-development mobile-apps mobile-platform mobile android