This post is about how to build Javadocs for Android library projects with Gradle. More importantly it also tells you how to upload the Javadoc artifacts with the uploadArchives task of the Maven plugin. This post will walk you through how I got it to work.
Picasso is an awesome library for downloading and caching images. If the images that you need to download require authentication you can do that by specifying a custom Downloader class. If you do this you can no longer use the with method to initialise Picasso.
I needed to launch one of my Android emulators from the terminal recently and I was surprised to see how slow it was, especially seeing as I had enabled host GPU acceleration and that the emulator an x86 one with HAXM enabled. I had never experienced any such issues when starting the same emulator from […]
I was setting up a Gradle-based Android project on Jenkins today. I had read in a few places that Gradle would be downloaded somehow after installing the corresponding plugin but the build was failing within seconds of starting. My SDK was fully up to date and I had already set ANDROID_HOME but the build was […]
I got this error when I tried to run one of my apps after upgrading to RoboGuice 2.0. Whilst I do love RoboGuice and appreciate the hard work of the contributors, the project’s documentation has not had the same attention as the code. To get things working you’ll need to add another jar in addition […]