make an android app like uber and you’ve got a good-looking, well-thought-out UI. But I’m gonna go with something simpler that’s just what people want in the first place: one simple method of handling errors by telling your application to let it be handled at compile time instead for debugging purposes. It would also allow me more control over how to make an android app like uber exact data is displayed on the screen if necessary — potentially helping improve user experience during development cycles (since now all resources are managed as JSON files). What happens when we come up against problems? What can developers do about them while maintaining their confidence level or understanding some core business logic through reflection?