One of the best videos I’ve seen recently. These guys write a very basic and naive “Network stack” using Swift. They start from scratch, write a few lines of code and then refactor. They repeat the process over and over. The best thing about this video are the comments and reasoning they provide along the process. The end result is a short playground file which you can download and explore (in Swift 2.2). Definitely check this out if you are into learning swift.
A talk from the Android Dev Summit on best practices for testing Android applications. Check out the new approach of using “build flavors” to provide mocks. All the source code is available in the Codelabs.
An interesting talk from the #Pragma conference about architecture and writing libraries, the differences between libraries and frameworks.
This is a new series of short videos by the Android Advocates at Google sharing some best practices for Android development.