Conference for mobile developers
November 11, 2017
If you like Butterknife, get ready to discover a whole new tool drawer. Data binding in 2017 is a stable framework that can drastically reduce boilerplate code and transform the way you write UI. Yes, even if you already use Kotlin extensions and RxJava. Animate, transition, and respond to user input without cluttering your code. Add your own custom properties to Android’s View classes (like android:font or android:imageUrl)! We'll start at the very beginning, discover tricks to supercharge your XML, and end in a deep dive to lambdas and two-way binding. No prior knowledge of data binding needed.
Lisa Wray is an Android developer, speaker, and advocate specializing in user interfaces. She currently works at the New York Times on their flagship Android app. She has a B.S. from M.I.T. in music and computer science, and is an Android Google Developer Expert. She previously worked at Google on the Developer Relations team on Android, Google Glass, and Android Wear, and at Genius, a Brooklyn-based startup, where she built their Android app from scratch. She currently lives in Seattle.