Best practices in Android

I am a developer that really care about the code quality in a single line of code. With any language I consider for long term usage, I always consider to find best practices in industry. That may help my day of coding become more relax, more fun.

In this post, I will note (may or may not in my own word) some best practices that I found in XDA, Android official site, or somewhere in the Internet. The post will be updated frequently as I find a new best one.

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Best practices in Android

Bookmark valuable Resources

In this post, I will note awesome resources, that is collected from Facebook Open Source, Github Repositories, Google, Blog and so on. They will be very helpful for my current or future works. I save them here instead of adding bookmarks because it not only helps me to find them easier when I need to, but also shares them to you guys. This post will be updated regularly 🍻

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Bookmark valuable Resources

Using PHP to convert YAML to SQL

In the previous blog post, I said that I am using OneSky as a solution for cloud-based translation service. It works well till today. However, I faced to another problem:

My database is stored in MySQL. I need to export data from MySQL then import to OneSky for collaborative translation. After a period of time (data is translated day by day), I need to import them back to MySQL. It’s a bit painful. So I need to make it run automatically without or with a little human effort.

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Using PHP to convert YAML to SQL

Introduce to OneSky – A Cloud-based Translation Management System

OneSky is a Cloud-based Translation Management System. It helps translation easier for Apps, Websites & Games. This service is used by Scribd, Viber, Change.org, Hotsuite, Day One and many other BIG companies! Also, It fits perfectly with the project I am currently working on :-D

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Introduce to OneSky – A Cloud-based Translation Management System

Oh no, WordPress.com supports Markdown

I have to say that so out-loud because I have never known it before despite of I have been working with WordPress for a couple of months! I am using WordPress.org, the sibling of this WordPress.com blog, for my development.

The purpose of this post is for testing the compatible of WordPress.com with Markdown to help me decide if I can you markdown for writing blog or not. Also, this is a post for practicing Markdown.

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