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IIT | Co-Founder @ MindOrks | Building AfterAcademy | Code.all() | Disrupting EdTech | #MakeEveryoneCode | Now I only write at https://blog.mindorks.co

Latest Posts

Synchronous and Asynchronous execution in Kotlin Coroutines with error and exception handling

This article is not about how to use coroutines in kotlin(although I’ll briefly touch upon the concept of coroutines we use). But to…

The Notification Limit per app in Android

Have you ever wondered if there is any notification limit per application in Android. I never thought there was one until I actually tried…

How I chose Android Development?

My journey started when I took admission in Computer Science Engineering (Cloud-Based Applications). After taking admission in CSE(CBA), I…

Internal App Sharing in Android

Since Android App Bundle introduced by Google it’s become a very lengthy process for Android Developer to share the Android Apk or App…

Rx vs Coroutines: Complex network chains on Android

The title of this post may trigger a debate about Rx and coroutines being completely different solutions and hence incomparable. That is…

Integrate design language in Android app

Fewer errors -> More Productivity -> Happy Team -> $$$

How to Unit test private methods in Java and Kotlin

Yes, This is a million-dollar question. How to unit test private methods?

Asynchronous Programming in Dart/Flutter (Part-1)

Asynchronous Programming is a way for us to be able to carry out time-consuming tasks such as loading an image to show in the app. In this…

Updated Dagger 2.2 — Part 1

Google has updated the dagger library and make it easy to understand and maintain. As you know that dagger is a library for dependency…

Evolution of Android Architectures — MVP, MVVM, MVI

Imagine a world where every developer codes the way he feels like — with no guidelines, principles or rules. The end result would be a…

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