Android Interview Questions
Your Cheat Sheet For Android Interview Questions
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I am very fortunate to have the experience of taking interviews of many Android Developers. In the whole process, I have learned a lot and also cracked the interviews of top companies including startup and MNC.
Throughout the process, I have gathered all the Android Interview Questions from the members of MindOrks Community, my friends, the internet, and the other sources. The cheat sheet is for both beginners and experienced developers. I am sure both beginners and experienced developers will get benefit from these android interview questions.
Link to the repository: Android Interview Questions
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There were a lot of lovely messages from all of you about how the Android Interview Questions repository has helped you during your Android Interview Preparation. At MindOrks, we are glad to receive those many messages.
All these things have encouraged us to do more for Android Developers. So, we have started a new series on YouTube:
Android Interview Question & Answer: YouTube Playlist Link
In this series, we have started providing the answers in a short video format for the questions asked during the Android Interview.
We have added a few videos in the playlist. We have started with the basic questions. You can watch them.
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When only onDestroy is called for an activity without onPause() and onStop()?
Why do we need to call setContentView() in onCreate() of Activity class?
Launch vs Async in Kotlin Coroutines
How does RecyclerView work internally?
Use-cases of WorkManager in Android
We will keep adding more questions and answers in the playlist.
If you want us to create videos on some specific questions, let us know in the comment section. We will be happy to do it.
That’s it for now. Keep Learning, Keep Sharing, Keep Supporting.