Issue #518

May 15th, 2022
Articles & Tutorials
Zach Klippenstein digs deeper into Compose to find out how mutableStateOf actually works.
Discover key metrics to monitor such as launch times and crash-free sessions to ensure customer retention and happiness.
James Shvarts writes about potential optimization related to Compose phases.
In a previous post, Bevan Steele covered a pretty useful feature of Kotlin: sealed classes. This time, he continues by looking at sealed interfaces.
Join this webinar for a deep dive into how the Android framework monitors, processes, and triggers ANRs. You'll also learn what data is collected for each type of ANR and a few different approaches for detecting ANRs in production.
Adib Faramarzi creates a KSP-based annotation processor that generates new code and files based on annotation usages.
In this tutorial, Roberto Orgiu teaches how to implement an effective navigation pattern with Jetpack Compose, in a way that will work with different screen sizes, from phones to tablets.
How Compose enables Airbnb to create better host and guest experiences
Jarosław Michalik explains the subtle difference between Mockito/MockK's answer vs return.
The goal of this article by Max Kim is to create a comprehensive guide to Android testing, which can be studied and referred to as needed.
Annyce Davis shares what stood out to her in this year's Google I/O.
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An interview with Senior Visual Designer leading icons and design systems for Google Fonts, Sehee Lee
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Libraries & Code
Horologist is a group of libraries that aim to supplement Wear OS developers with features that are commonly required by developers but not yet available.
Google announced an exciting set of new features available in Android Studio Dolphin Beta and Electric Eel Canary, both available for download.
Google is taking another step to increase communication and transparency by launching Google Play SDK Index, a new public portal that lists over 100 of the most widely used commercial SDKs, and insights about each one.
Google announced Health Connect, a platform, and API for Android app developers. With user permission, developers can use a single set of APIs to securely access and share health and fitness data across Android devices.
Here are the highlights of recent updates in Jetpack.
A list of 13 key takeaways from Google I/O for Android developers.
Google has launched the Beta release of Compose for Wear OS, the modern declarative UI toolkit designed to help developers create beautiful user experiences for Wear OS.
It’s been almost a year since Jetpack Compose 1.0 was released, and Google has just announced the new upcoming features.
At this year’s I/O, Google focused on three major ways we can help you continue growing your business on Google Play.
Google introduced new updates that will make it easier for you to provide users with an even better experience in the car.
Google is introducing new features and tools on Android 13 that focus on overall performance & quality, improve accessibility, and enable multitasking.
check out the alpha version of the Now in Android app on GitHub! The app has two goals: it showcases best practices, opinionated designs, and solutions to complex real-world problems and it helps you keep up to date with the areas of Android development that interest you most.
Videos & Podcasts
During Google I/O 2022, developers and enthusiasts came together to share the latest updates in Firebase
Seb explains why the Elvis operator is named after the famous singer, and how you can use `?:` in Kotlin to return or throw.
The Coding Italians had Sasa Sekulic with them as they watched and commented on the Google I/O 2022 keynote.
Explore updates in Material Design introduced at I/O 2022, where the focus is on accessibility and personalization
Android and Google Play experts came together to share the latest tools, updates, and best practices for developers during Google I/O 2022