Published on March 16, 2017 by Android Developers

Watch more developer stories at g.co/play/developerstories
LinkedIn’s app in Google Play store: g.co/play/linkedin
Android Studio: g.co/androidstudio

The LinkedIn mobile team uses Android Studio to build their Android app. For teams with a large number of developers adding code to a project, making sure that everyone pays attention to areas that affect performance is vital for the quality of your app.

Watch Pradeepta Dash, Engineering Manager for Infrastructure at LinkedIn, as well as Drew Hannay, Tech Lead for the Android Infrastructure team, talk about how Android Studio helps everyone on their team stay focused on these topics.

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31 Comments on "Android Developer Story: LinkedIn uses Android Studio to build a performant app"

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Rifqi Fardi Pradhana
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Rifqi Fardi Pradhana
27 days 17 hours ago

How I can build Android app under 30 minutes constantly with android studio?

Wayne Smith
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Wayne Smith
1 month 1 day ago

I want to go to Facebook

SUPER Android
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SUPER Android
1 month 3 days ago

How to get full use of android GPU for gaming? If some one know plz let me know also . My device is mtk6591 hexa core gpu mali450 mp4 .I noticed that mtk6582 has batter gaming performance wich is mali400 mp2 .So plz help me.

dany
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dany
1 month 4 days ago

the LinkedIn app is one of the worst designed apps …. just saying.

supermeshpool
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supermeshpool
1 month 7 days ago

cool

tal32123
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tal32123
1 month 8 days ago

Why are they trying to promote Android Studio….??? Who cares? I like Android Studio and I use it. But its not like they get money off of it or anything to my knowledge.

ElGovanni
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ElGovanni
1 month 5 days ago

Google want to turn all people into good android developers because they are making money from google play store/ads.

Yan Braslavskiy
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Yan Braslavskiy
1 month 6 days ago

My thoughts exactly…Like what else we gonna use ? Eclipse ?

Martin Revert
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Martin Revert
1 month 8 days ago

LinkedIn's Android app is one of the most poorly executed apps I've seen que used in years. 90% of times, when you accept an invitation, there's no feedback of the transaction success or else. Poor Product Management, poor developers performance, under-execution of features already present in their fine web page, low genera! quality . I don't understand this promoting vídeo.

Kosh
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Kosh
27 days 8 hours ago

by the way, its YOU ARE & not Your. karma I guess you know it 😉

Kosh
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Kosh
27 days 18 hours ago

zolanundead really? now you are advising me to stop posting on the internet? 😂😂😂 I can't take your jokes any longer. LMAO

zolanundead
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zolanundead
27 days 19 hours ago

Kosh don't get defensive little buddy, just learn. btw if you care this much about proper criticism of your posts, then maybe you should'nt post… Just food for thought.

Kosh
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Kosh
27 days 19 hours ago

zolanundead you are so funny. I had like to read more comments from you, but I can't​ continue this conversation with you because I'm afraid my family will be ashamed lol.p.s: these comments are going to be deleted

zolanundead
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zolanundead
27 days 19 hours ago

"are people like you "still exists"?! congratulations 2 errors in one sentence, my child can speak and spell better.

zolanundead
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zolanundead
27 days 19 hours ago

Kosh app 'is sucks' … Get a lesson in English language bud.

Kosh
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Kosh
1 month 8 days ago

with of course all respect to them, but the app is sucks

Denis Belfort
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Denis Belfort
1 month 8 days ago

Anyway these guys are superb. Cuz they probably making lot of money. Can you make a lot of money by your app? Can you support, hire, provide people by money which your app earned? Go and make money. And prove that your app is superb

tytube3001
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tytube3001
1 month 8 days ago

oh god LinkedIn is horrible, why would you promote them.

BoxingHacker
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BoxingHacker
1 month 8 days ago

the company culture looks boring. but the devs seem pretty talented.

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