Eduardo Rodriguez

Cloud Firestore – The fastest way to store your data
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Hi again! Eduardo Rodriguez here with a quick view of Google Cloud Firestore. Before we start, remember to check my previous post about Cloud Vision API. Some background... It's not a secret that sometimes developers need to work against the clock....
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Cloud Vision API + Camera
Cloud Vision API + Camera
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Hi again! Eduardo Rodriguez here with a cool way to use Google's Cloud Vision API with the camera! Before we start, remember to check my previous post about custom fonts. Some background... A few weeks ago I was discussing a...
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newish way use custom fonts Android
Newish way to use custom fonts in Android
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Hi again! Eduardo Rodriguez here with a newish way to use fonts in Android! Before we start, remember to check my previous post about video compression. So, it seems that this piece of info I’m going to share with you it’s...
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ffmpeg fast versatile powerful
FFmpeg is fast easy and powerful
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FFmpeg is a collection of different projects for handling multimedia files. It's evolved into a tool kit that is fast, easy, and powerful. So while there are several GUI based applications available, sometimes you need something that can provide the...
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What is MongoDB
Introducing Realm Database for Android
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So, one of the most important parts of our mobile applications is managing the data. We usually save everything to our back-end. However, what happens when we need to have it available on our devices? Read my review to learn...
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Android with Kotlin
Kotlin for Android: A developer review 2019
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Hey there fellow Android Developers! I’ve been an Android app developer with Inmediatum for quite a while now. Currently, I'm responsible for setting internal standards and guidelines for delivering native mobile applications on Android. However, another key component of my...
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Retrofit
Retrofit. The easy way to make HTTP requests
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There are a lot of ways to make HTTP request on Android. However, so far the easiest way I have found to do so is Retrofit.  CONVERSION This a Java/Android client by Square, Inc. that allows you to convert your...
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