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Logging best practices?
1 project | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 15 Feb 2022
One of the options could be to setup logging to the file within the app and sync it with backend once necessary or required. This could be achieved by using library, such as Timber and setting up local file. Depending on your constraints, such as file size, you might want to include a file rotation strategy, e.g. start a new file and remove the old one.
What are the most common used (3rd party) libraries and frameworks used in Android development?
30 projects | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 7 Jan 2022
Timber for logging
This video is about Square Logcat open source Library and how it works more efficient than Timber. No hard feelings toward Jake Wharton!
1 project | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 12 Oct 2021
Same as in Timber
Timber 5.0 is out! Rewritten in Kotlin, binary compatible with 4.x and support for AGP 7.0 lint checks (/r/androiddev)
1 project | reddit.com/r/mistyfront | 15 Aug 2021
Timber 5.0 is out! Rewritten in Kotlin, binary compatible with 4.x and support for AGP 7.0 lint checks
2 projects | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 10 Aug 2021
is rust the only language to have procedural macros?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 19 Feb 2022
Have a look at byte buddy.
Byte Buddy on Android made possible
5 projects | reddit.com/r/android_devs | 28 Mar 2021
If you've ever used libraries like https://github.com/JakeWharton/hugo or https://hibernate.org/ (if you've ever done some backend development) and wondered how do they seem to add some code/logic into your app just by adding some annotation to some method, or if you ever wondered how mocking frameworks like Mockito can change a class behavior for example, then most likely you're interested in a programming technique that allows to modify existing code, usually known as Aspect oriented programming (also known in Java as Bytecode instrumentation) which, even though it might sound intimidating at first, some really cool tools such as Byte Buddy or AspectJ make it quite easy to accomplish.
What are some alternatives?
Javassist - Java bytecode engineering toolkit
Byteman - Byteman Project main repo
puree-android - A log collector for Android
easydeviceinfo - :iphone: [Android Library] Get device information in a super easy way.
OpenKeychain - OpenKeychain is an OpenPGP implementation for Android.
StatusBarUtil - A util for setting status bar style on Android App.
AndroidProcesses - DEPRECATED
joda-time-android - Joda-Time library with Android specialization
JustWeTools - Some useful tools