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Managing Activity state changes using Bundle

Today we’re going to see how to manage (keep and restore) state of Activities in Xamarin.Android application in order to keep the app consistent and reactive for configuration/state changes.
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Date selection using DatePickerDialog in Xamarin.Android

In this post, we’re going to see how to provide a nice Android UI control for selecting the date using DatePickerDialog.
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SQLite-Net Extensions – one-to-many relationships

In the 3rd post from SQLite-Net Extensions series we are covering the last type of relationship – one-to-many (and the opposite – many-to-one).
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SQLite-Net Extensions – one-to-one relationships

In this second short post from SQLite-Net Extensions series, we’re going to see how to create one-to-one relationships using this tiny ORM.
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SQLite-Net Extensions – many-to-many relationships

In today’s post we’re going to see what is SQLite-Net Extensions ORM and how to use it to create many-to-many relationship in SQLite database. The other types of relationships will be described in separate posts.
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MoneyBack – 3 weeks before the end of DSP

In today’s post I’d like to present what’s the current status of works on MoneyBack application, 3 weeks before the end of DSP competition.
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Android Apps Localization

Hello everyone 🙂

As you might have noticed, I’ve recently decided to take a longer break in DSP competition. Few things to do, Easter in the meantime… but of course I didn’t give up and today I’m back 😉

In this post I’d like to show you how do we localize Android apps. Let’s see!
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Xamarin – Android Intents

We’ve already seen what are Activities, the most basic pieces of every Android app and today’s topic is associated with it. We’re going to see how to communicate between Activities (or Application Blocks) using Intents.
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Unit Testing Xamarin application

Today we’ll see how to add unit tests to Xamarin Android application, testing both platform-independent logic and Android-specific features.
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Using SQLite database in Xamarin.Android

I started to define development tasks to be done within MoneyBack project in the coming days (maybe I’ll even publish my Trello board soon 🙂 ) and it turned out that each functionality the app is going to offer needs persistent storage (e.g. to store people, payments, events etc.). The obvious choice is the local database in which I could store my entities and application’s data.

In this post, I’d like to show you how quickly and easily SQLite database can be added and started to be used in Xamarin.Android project using SQLite.NET and Visual Studio 2017.
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