Issue #526

July 10th, 2022
Articles & Tutorials
Jarosław Michalik considers what various scenarios would look like if mocks were replaced with fakes.
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In this tutorial, Collince Okeyo teaches how to use Compose for Desktop by building simple user authentication screens.
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One of the most common tasks in programming is operations on collections of elements. Marcin Moskała examines how to do this in a functional way in Kotlin.
Vinod Baste shows how to implement in-app updates in Android using the new APIs.
Gain a deeper understanding of Kotlin Coroutines in this Advanced tutorial for Android by Rod Biresch.
Todd Burner describes how Intent Filter behavior has been updated in Android 13.
James Williams describes changes in MDC 1.6.1, with color harmony and Material Design 3 refinements.
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Libraries & Code
Application mechanics for your Android apps, built on top of Jetpack Compose
Squircle IDE is a fast and free multi-language code editor for Android
Warehouse is a lightweight Kotlin DSL dependency injection library this library has an extremely faster learning curve and more human friendly logs and more explicit it has graph nesting and multi-module support.
NeoPOP is CRED's library for using NeoPOP design system components in your app.
Videos & Podcasts
Wajahat Karim takes a look at the capabilities of Animation APIs for Jetpack Compose and how can we implement different kinds of animations with it.
Learn about the five app performance issues to avoid and how to handle them.
In this video, Philipp Lackner teaches how you can make use of the Open Meteo API to get weather data and nicely display it in an Android app.