Month: November 2018

Building Firebase Dynamic Links with the Android Builder API

I may have almost forgotten about my promise in my first Dynamic Links post I never did Until I started working with Dynamic Links again for one of my own upcoming apps where I’m using email-invites as a way for people to collaborate on a single shopping list. If you know Dynamic Links, you know the drill.…
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A Beginner’s Guide to RxJava using Firestore and RxFirestoreKt

In case you haven’t heard about RxJava, it’s a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable sequences for Java and Android apps. Making it excellent in conjunction with Firestore for things like say, responding to a change in the database and fetching the updated data while handling it on the right thread to…
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Planning a $0 Budget Android App Marketing Strategy with Firebase

Chances are, you’re an indie Android Developer. You just finished an app and are about to release it on the Play Store then it hits you: you don’t have a way to get those downloads going. It hits you so hard that you might as well as gone well back in time and and fought…
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Top 5 Highlights: Firebase Summit 2018 in Prague

Lots was announced in the keynote of this year’s Firebase Summit in Prague, Czechoslovakia, including new features integrated into Firebase Predictions, ML Kit, and Analytics. Watch the video to see my top picks for the 5 most exciting announcements of the summit. I do still recommend you still watch the Opening Keynote as well as the…
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