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Animate with Jetpack Compose: Animate as State and Animation Specs | by Andrew Khrystian | Apr, 2021

Therefore, Jetpack Compose is officially the future of Android development. Recently, Google announced a beta version of Jetpack Compose, demonstrating various great features of this promising Google project. This means it’s a great opportunity to learn about Jetpack Compose, experiment with different features, and rethink your future architecture. In this article, I’d like to focus […]

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Build Better Workplace Safety Apps

With Avani Agarwal, Todd Burner, Paul Ruiz, Sean Ginevan During the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, developers faced new demands to build applications and features that help businesses manage safety in the workplace. As many jurisdictions are beginning to relax restrictions on the types of workplaces that can remain open, I wanted to focus […]

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Assign multiple styles to a single View in Android just like in CSS | by Ágoston Romhányi | Apr, 2021

If your application has a very complex style hierarchy and inheriting styles from another style is no longer easy, you can simply add styles to the layout xml and assign multiple styles to a single view. You might have wanted Android to have a CSS-like style system that you can. .. Find a sample project […]

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Caching in the Android Build Process | by Sherry Yuan | Apr, 2021

Photo courtesy Myron Orila on Release the splash Android Studio includes a powerful code editor and developer tools, but instead of reinventing the wheel or managing the project build process, it delegates to the existing build automation tool, Gradle. Roughly speaking, Grade’s Build process Includes compiling the source code into Dalvik bytecode Combine (.dex file) […]

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Using DataStore With Kotlin Serialization

Until now we share How to use a datastore in Protoss Or Environmental setting.. Internally, both datastore versions use Protos to serialize the data.You can also use a datastore with a custom data class using Kotlin serialization.. This allows you to reduce boilerplate code without having to learn or rely on the Protobuf library while […]

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Noisy Code, Compose CameraX, Github Actions, and more!

Android “Continuous Integration / Delivery” Using GitHub Actions — Part 1 Tarek Ben Doris Learn how to automate test execution and build of Android applications while using the GitHub feature “GitHub Action”. Create Camera X on Android Penjan Guide you through the steps to use CameraX with Jetpack compose. Adjust the visibility of multiple views […]

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“Continuous Integration/Delivery” for Android with GitHub Actions — Part 1

Android “Continuous Integration / Delivery” Using GitHub Actions — Part 1 For French-speaking developers, this article can be found in French Here.. Dear Developers, This article will show you how to automate test execution and build of Android applications while using the github feature “GitHub Action”. But first, what do we need to know’Continuous integration‘,’Continuous […]

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Kotlin for Interviews — Part 1: Common Data Types | by Sherry Yuan

Photo courtesy Christina Lampf on Release the splash I spent most of May and June preparing for the interview. Preparing for an interview means doing a lot of Letcode. Having applied for an Android position, I decided to tackle most of Kotlin’s issues. I noticed that the Kotlin I’m writing is very different from the […]

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Kotlin for Interviews — Part 3: Numbers and Math | by Sherry Yuan

Photo courtesy Clichy Jarvis on Release the splash This is Part 3 of Kotlin for Interviews. This series describes Kotlin’s functions and code snippets that came up frequently while preparing for an Android interview. We have also created a cheat sheet that covers all five parts of this series. Here.. Part 1: You can find […]

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Are you feeling overwhelmed? Refactor your assumptions | by Jean-Michel Fayard

Overcome the fear of missouts with Kotlin and IntelliJ. The· Best About being a developer? There is always something new to learn. Coroutine! Flow! Composition! Codeine DB! Ktor! Arrow! Costest! The· worst About being a developer? There is always something new to learn. Coroutine! Flow! Composition! Codeine DB! Ktor! Costest! One of the best talks […]