Over the past few months I’ve been recieving a ton of emails, tweets, G+ mentions and GitHub issues in connection with my open source libraries. So I thought I would set out what my plan is for them in the future, and the order in which I’ll be tackling the backlog.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been updating ActionBar-PullToRefresh for the release of v0.7, but have been a bit blocked on publishing the library as an Android Archive (aar) to Maven Central. It was the number one issue/request that I received, and while I had a working local Gradle build I could not find an easy way to publish the results.
So I bought a HTC One last week and have been using it as my main device for a few days now so thought I would write down some of my thoughts here. This isn’t a review as such, just a highlight on some of things I like and don’t like.
So this is my first blog post on ActionBar-PullToRefresh. I’ve been mainly talking about it on Google+ up until now as it simply was not ready for production use. Well today I tagged and push v0.4 of the project, which adds the main missing feature: automatically styling based on your Action Bar style.