What is the meaning of this architecture for an app which loads data mostly from Internet.
Great presentation! Clear, dense, concise — thanks! Good for you to be @Google now. But what a loss for Udacity… 😉
First of all, This was an amazing presentation! Thanks a lot! How can I avoid updating UI when my app is onStop for example? I have to remove observers?
it was an awesome presentation my all doubt is clear.Thanx Lyla
If I only use Room Library then is DB transaction takes place in Background Thread??
The music was very stereotypical
Do you have a suggestion for a good article that shows how to test the architecture components?
I cant seem to find what the minimum supported SDK is for these architecture component libraries. Anyone see those listed in the documentation?
That is really good presentation, can anyone tell me how to get added for ‘google developer india’ community and how to be part of it?
Idiots. Just blew my ear drums off with the loud music!
Thank you, that was great
5:40 Classes in this architecture only have references to classes below them7:50 Room9:00 Components of Room :Annotations :- @Entity @Dao @Database
Thank you very much. It was very useful.
Compile-time validation of SQLite queries is a welcome feature. Looks like old-time Android developers like me have a lot of unlearning to do.
Looks like this was before Google decided to shove Kotlin down our throats.
That you for this, clear concise and easy to digest. Codelabs are extremely valuable to see what's presented actually works well and created by a viewer! Thank you Lyla!
I hate that Music.
I thought she worked for udacity
8:20 Boilerplate code means a piece of code that can be used over and over again. On the other hand, anyone can say that it's a piece of reusable code.
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