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Published on Nov 27, 2018
Today, almost every Android app communicates with a remote server through a provided API. We often forget that mobile applications can work offline. Moreover, network can be down or not connected to the Internet. We may also want to synchronize our data through the WiFi, but not through the mobile data transfer to save user's money. What to do, when connection is lost and someone is using an application at the same time? How can we keep the track of network or Internet connectivity changes in our app? How to deal with this problem across all recent Android versions? How to write an application, which is network aware and optimized to reduce power consumption? If you want to know answers to these questions and get rid of endlessly rolling spinners in your app, then this talk is for you.