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Watch this video with Jeff Gilfelt from readyState Software at Droidcon London to find out how you can ensure your app has excellent navigation!
Consistent, predictable app navigation is crucial to the user experience of your app, but the patterns and guidelines in the Android framework are easily misused or misunderstood – leading to a worse experience for the user.
In this Droidcon London video, Jeff Gilfelt from readyState Software explores how platform navigation mechanics have changed since the release of Android 3.0, demystify Tasks and the back stack, explain the subtleties and differences between Up and Back, look at common problems that occur when app navigation is poorly implemented, and demonstrate code techniques that will help you provide user-friendly navigation and is consistent within the platform.
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This Way Up: Implementing Effective App Navigation
Jeff is an independent Android developer with several successful apps and open-source projects to his name, including ASBOrometer, Location Scout, and Kickvision.