Making Oneflare Adaptive

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Adaptive app launcher icons for Android The freedom of Android is often a double-edged sword. On one hand, it can open up opportunity for creativity and uniqueness. On the other hand, it can sometimes leave the end user with a in-cohesive user experience. Take app icons for instance. I really loved how Android didn’t box app developers in to a rigid shape for their app launcher icons. Their guidelines specified that app launcher icons should represent a real world object

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Connecting Android UI tests with CI

At Oneflare, we’re always looking to make things easier on ourselves so that our time is spent building features that our users want. In the world of Android, there are now more than 10000 devices to support, that’s quite a few! Rather than drowning in a sea of devices and manually repeating the same testing scenarios on a variety of devices, it makes sense to offload as much of this work as we can. In June 2016, Google introduced Firebase

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