Pagination with Paging3

During the development journey, we may require to show unlimited data as no of users of a particular mobile application grows, so does the data associated with that application. Consider the image application, the user scrolls to the bottom of the screen and wants to be able to fetch more data from the server to […]

May 1, 2023


Concept of Flow in Kotlin

In Kotlin, Coroutines can be used to simplify asynchronous codes. Coroutine basically helps to implement asynchronous, non-blocking code. For this, we use the suspend function. But the problem with the suspend function is it returns a single object. In such a scenario where you need a data stream, Kotlin has the concept of channel and […]

March 18, 2023

Android, Digital Transformation, Front End Development

Future of mobile application development

The mobile application development industry is constantly evolving, with new technologies and trends emerging all the time. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the key trends that are shaping the future of mobile app development. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are becoming increasingly important […]

February 10, 2023

Android, Mobility, Testing

Instrumental Testing on MLKit (integration test)

Introduction Instrumented tests run on Android devices, whether physical or emulated. As such, they can take advantage of the Android framework APIs. Instrumented tests, therefore, provide more fidelity than local tests, though they run much more slowly. * Image from Set up your testing environment In your app’s top-level build.gradle file, you need to specify […]

December 23, 2022


Using work manager’s periodic work for less than 15 minutes

During our development journey, we do face situations where we require to perform some periodic and background tasks. So, to do so, we have multiple ways, but if it comes to the best way to perform these types of tasks in the context of clean code and optimized device resources usages, then we need to […]

November 30, 2022

Android, Hybrid, iOS

Choosing your Tech platform for your next Cross platform app – Flutter or React Native?

Selecting one or the other technology is always a matter of individual preferences but knowing which platform has what benefits can help in deciding the best option. In this blog, we are going to discuss two of the very popular technologies for creating cross-platform apps i.e. Flutter & React Native. Programming Languages Let’s start by […]

September 30, 2022


Android Katha: onActivityResult is Deprecated. Now What?

  Hi and welcome to my blog, During our Android application development, we have been using startActivityForResult and onActivityResult methods a lot for the sake of callbacks from activities. It was really-clear and easy to implement. But Google knows. Unfortunately, now we are getting a warning for this method in our code. So the question is, Now What? And […]

July 11, 2022

Android, Technology

CameraX: A Simpler Approach to Camera Application Development

CameraX is another addition to the Jetpack suite of libraries by Google to help developers incorporate camera capabilities into their applications. Although Camera2 API, the predecessor of CameraX, is known to be a powerful API, it is a little problematic to take full advantage of it, especially with a large number of manufacturers having a […]

December 26, 2021

Android, Software development

Minimize number of layout inflation in RecyclerView Adapter

RecyclerView internally uses a ViewPool to save scrap views which are no longer visible on screen and can be recycled. Normally each recyclerview creates a seperate ViewPool which is limited to that recyclerview only. With the help of #RecyclerView.setRecycledViewPool() we can share a ViewPool across multiple RecyclerViews. With this we can reduce the number of […]

December 16, 2021