Issue #560

March 5th, 2023
Articles & Tutorials
Miguel looks at the new API introduced with the release of Android 12 to unify the splash animations shown when launching an app.
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Alex Styl goes through how to use Bottom Sheets in Jetpack Compose showing how to implement them using the Material 2 and 3 library and includes a different approach as well.
Nikita Afonasov and Alexander Yudenkov continue their series on implementing a fully custom UI with complex animations, this time focusing on screen transitions.
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Ever wondered how the Android Pre-built Apps were made, and what was the build system behind it? Jai Goyal gives an overview of how it all works.
In this article, Sherry Yuan explores three different approaches to achieve a collapsing toolbar effect in a Jetpack Compose LazyColumn
Radhika shows how to use Jetpack Compose’s animation APIs to create a typewriter effect, where text appears as if it’s being typed out letter by letter.
Ubiratan Soares shares two strategies a team can adopt and follow regarding screenshot testing practice, pinpointing a few differences between them.
In a world with increased screen real estate, multitasking is important, and Roberto Orgiu presents two ways you can leverage it.
Alex Zhukovich looks at testing the "App Shortcuts" feature, which allows users to access a specific part of the application from the device's home screen.
This blog is part of a series where Parker Schroeder discusses how to use the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL) and the Microsoft Graph to connect to M365 services in your own Android apps.
Victor Brandalise is building a language learning app with Compose and writes about the latest changes.
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Libraries & Code
An experiment providing Kotlin Multiplatform Foreign Function Interface (FFI)
A Kotlin Multiplatform library that provides access to ChatGPT and Open AI APIs
Google announced that the full Android Basics with Compose course is now available.
Google has announced upcoming policy changes intended to improve the quality of apps for Wear OS and their presentation in the Google Play Store
Videos & Podcasts
Charfaoui Younes shows you how to use Lazygit to streamline your development process, from committing changes to merging branches and stagging files. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, Lazygit is the must-have tool that will save you time and headaches.
Nicola Corti talks with Armin Nehzat, Growth Officer of, a donation and sponsoring platform for open-source projects.
In this Twitter Space discussion with Marcel Pintó, learn about Android Permissions, common pitfalls and gotchas, and how to implement them right in your Android application.
Discover the latest Block Store features that help developers safely store more data and backup to the cloud. Block Store provides high-performance, scalable, and reliable storage for your applications.
In this session, Adam McNeilly implements a date picker using Material 3 Dynamic Theming.
Philipp Lackner teaches how you can build a Bluetooth chat app. First, he'll start with how to scan for nearby devices and display them in a list.
Learn about the value and function of Material 3’s dynamic color system and how it differs from past color systems.
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