Sessions at AnDevCon II about Dependency Injection

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Tuesday 8th November 2011

  • RoboGuice: Dependency Injection for Android, Part One

    by Michael Burton

    RoboGuice smooths out some of the wrinkles in your Android development experience and makes things simple and fun. It slims down your application code, and less code means fewer opportunities for bugs. It also makes your code easier to follow. No longer is your app littered with the mechanics of the Android platform, but now it can focus on the actual logic unique to your application.

    In this two-part class you will build a new Android application from scratch using RoboGuice to ease the process. We'll get into some of the behind-the-scenes about how RoboGuice works, and from there we'll launch into the more subtle and advanced ins and outs of RoboGuice-brand dependency-injection to help you build better applications. If time permits, we may also incorporate some test-driven development using Robolectric to make our apps more robust.

    This is a hands-on session for developers with Android experience. Bring a laptop with the Android SDK, maven3, and RoboGuice, which you can download from http://code.google.com/p/roboguice

    At 11:30am to 12:45pm, Tuesday 8th November

  • RoboGuice: Dependency Injection for Android, Part Two

    by Michael Burton

    RoboGuice smooths out some of the wrinkles in your Android development experience and makes things simple and fun. It slims down your application code, and less code means fewer opportunities for bugs. It also makes your code easier to follow. No longer is your app littered with the mechanics of the Android platform, but now it can focus on the actual logic unique to your application.

    In this two-part class you will build a new Android application from scratch using RoboGuice to ease the process. We'll get into some of the behind-the-scenes about how RoboGuice works, and from there we'll launch into the more subtle and advanced ins and outs of RoboGuice-brand dependency-injection to help you build better applications. If time permits, we may also incorporate some test-driven development using Robolectric to make our apps more robust.

    This is a hands-on session for developers with Android experience. Bring a laptop with the Android SDK, maven3, and RoboGuice, which you can download from http://code.google.com/p/roboguice

    At 3:45pm to 5:00pm, Tuesday 8th November