Developing for Android is sometimes painful. You have to write lot of code to do simple things like setting up a Fragment. Fortunately java supports a powerful tool: Annotation Processors This post is part of a series of posts about useful annotation processors like ParcelablePlease or AnnotatedAdapter The Problem with Fragments is that you have to set arguments (the parameters) for a fragment to make them work correctly.



SwipeBack for Android Activities does pretty the same as the android “back-button” does, but in a really intuitive way by using a swipe gesture The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was one of the first device without hardware buttons for “back”, “home” and “app switching (multitasking)” but used the androids navigation bar on screen (introduced in Android 4.