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README.md

Baking APP

Build Status

Baking App is Android application that will allow **Udacity**’s resident baker-in-chief, Miriam, to share her recipes with the world. You will create an app that will allow a user to select a recipe and see video-guided steps for how to complete it. Yes this application is for **Udacity Associate Android Developer FastTrack program**

Feature

  • This app showcases responsive UI both for phone and tablet devices.
  • Show a list of recipes
  • Show a list of steps involved and a video icon and thumbnail if the step has a video
  • Show a Card containing the ingredients of the recipe
  • Use Exoplayer to show videos of steps involved in a recipe.
  • Widget to show recipe ingredients on home screen.
  • UI and Intents Test with Espresso

Preview

  • Phone

* Tablet

Project Overview

You will productionize an app, taking it from a functional state to a production-ready state. This will involve finding and handling error cases, adding accessibility features, allowing for localization, adding a widget, and adding a library.

Why this Project?

As a working Android developer, you often have to create and implement apps where you are responsible for designing and planning the steps you need to take to create a production-ready app. Unlike Popular Movies where we gave you an implementation guide, it will be up to you to figure things out for the Baking App.

What Will I Learn?

In this project you will:

  • Use MediaPlayer/Exoplayer to display videos.
  • Handle error cases in Android.
  • Add a widget to your app experience.
  • Leverage a third-party library in your app.
  • Use Fragments to create a responsive design that works on phones and tablets.

Rubric

General App Usage

  • [-] App should display recipes from provided network resource.
  • [-] App should allow navigation between individual recipes and recipe steps.
  • [-] App uses RecyclerView and can handle recipe steps that include videos or images.
  • [-] App conforms to common standards found in the Android Nanodegree General Project Guidelines.

Components and Libraries

  • [-] Application uses Master Detail Flow to display recipe steps and navigation between them.
  • [-] Application uses Exoplayer to display videos.
  • [-] Application properly initializes and releases video assets when appropriate.
  • [-] Application should properly retrieve media assets from the provided network links. It should properly handle network requests.
  • [-] Application makes use of Espresso to test aspects of the UI.
  • [-] Application sensibly utilizes a third-party library to enhance the app's features. That could be helper library to interface with Content Providers if you choose to store the recipes, a UI binding library to avoid writing findViewById a bunch of times, or something similar.

Homescreen Widget

  • [-] Application has a companion homescreen widget.
  • [-] Widget displays ingredient list for desired recipe.

Author

Rizky Kharisma (https://github.com/ngengs)

Copyright and License

Copyright 2017 Rizky Kharisma Code released under the MIT License. Copy of LICENSE file can found HERE

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