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So last week there was the great Android Dev Summit, that in my opinion was one the greatest summit by Google, because unlike Goolge I/O or others Google big events- these event was very technical and was especially for devs, so if you didn’t watched the videos already I very recommend to go over it and pick the ones interested you the most.

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Over the past 3 years I’ve been working at MyRoll (previously called Flayvr, the startup that loves you photos as much as you do). I joined right after the seed stage and I was the first employee of the company. This was my first time working at a startup and it’s hands-down one of the best experiences I’ve had in my not-so-long life. Lately, more and more of my friends have asked me: “Should I join a startup, or just go corporate - something that’s financially stable?”.

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Although Android system has a very good built-in drag & drop mechanism, I seeing lots of libraries that just duplicate this behaviour, or users that hack they way for building drag & drop on their apps. In this blog post I will explain how to implement a simple drag & drop functionality between different views with a very small amount of code.

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In part 1 we learned how to build a simple custom view that’s integrate nicely with our pager view and show some indication about the current page, in this post we’ll take the view to the next level and add some subviews for page headers
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Until couple of months ago I’ve been a bit afraid writing custom views. I thought it’s too complicated and had a lot of overhead with handling all layouting and interactions, I felt there is not enough documentation out there, not mention the edge cases and performance. I had my default Android view component in my toolbox and thought that everything I needed can be composed from those.

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