Build It Bigger

Used Gradle to build a joke-telling app that has both a free and paid version. This included factoring functionality into libraries as well as using build flavors to modularize the construction of each variant of the app. I also configured a Google Cloud Endpoints development server to supply the jokes.

  • Project contains a Java library for supplying jokes
  • Project contains an Android library with an activity that displays jokes passed to it as intent extras.
  • Project contains a Google Cloud Endpoints module that supplies jokes from the Java library. Project loads jokes from GCE module via an async task.
  • Project contains connected tests to verify that the async task is indeed loading jokes.
  • Project contains paid/free flavors. The paid flavor has no ads, and no unnecessary dependencies.

automated unit testinggradle tasksdependency managementbuild variants

nanodegree iconPart of the Android Developer Nanodegree Program

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