Tag Archives: performance

Why you should use StringBuilder instead of StringBuffer in Android for better performance?

By | February 25, 2018

StringBuffer StringBuffer is mutable means one can change the value of the object . The object created through StringBuffer is stored in the heap. StringBuffer has the same methods as the StringBuilder , but each method in StringBuffer is synchronized that is StringBuffer is thread safe.Due to this it does not allow two threads to simultaneously access the… Read More »

Simple Job Scheduler Demo in Android

By | January 20, 2018

Android helps us to schedule jobs in an efficient way. Android has a built in Job scheduler for this. Lets see how this is done. Before that lets see what google has to say about Job Scheduling. These are the normal tasks an application does : Updating network resources. Downloading information. Updating background tasks. Scheduling system service calls.… Read More »