Issue #577

July 2nd, 2023
Articles & Tutorials
Marcello Galhardo shows how to focus on making our System Under Test (SUT) genuinely testable.
Need tips on how to migrate CoordinatorLayout, RecyclerView or navigation to #JetpackCompose. Here's a new set of guides to take you through the steps.
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Should a developer test the private methods in his codebase? The decision is up to you, but Govind Dixit shows how it's possible.
Digvijay Singh explores a technique of abstracting communication channels to establish two-way communication between fragments by using abstract classes to define a standard contract for the interactions.
Sometimes we need to start two coroutines at (more or less) the same time, but we need one of them finished before the other one can be executed. Marcin Moskała shares a few real-life cases, and shows how to deal with them.
Chris Mack went about optimizing an animated action menu, showing how to optimize various effects, step-by-step.
Alessandro Faranda Gancio delves into the differences between lateinit and lazy, their intended use cases, and provides code samples to illustrate their practical implementations.
In this two-part blog series, Udit Verma shows how to optimize a Compose UI, recomposing less than 99% of the time what it was doing originally.
Nikhil Mandlik explains how we can implement a clock face using the Compose Canvas API.
Don't make assumptions about what a particular physical device implies for your app. Alex Vanyo shares some tips for adapting to the wide variety of screen types and sizes available on Android.
Records are a new Java feature for immutable data carrier classes introduced in Java 16 and Android 14. Clément Béra shows how to use them in your Android project.
Google showcases 10 ways developers can build LGBTQIA+ inclusive products.
See how five different apps made the most of the extra screen space on Android foldable phones
Videos & Podcasts
In this episode, Wyatt Riley and Roy Want answer all of Tor's questions about how it works and cover recent developments like indoor location, elevation, and some tips for developers.
In this edition of Fragmented, hear from Ishan Khanna, a software engineer at Tinder who possesses great enthusiasm for feature flags and A/B testing.
In this episode of Talking Kotlin, learn about the promising future and the huge potential of Kotlin for WebAssembly in the browser and beyond, with Sébastien Deleuze.
Charfaoui Younes teaches about Compose Side Effects API
In this episode, Ivan Morgillo and Sebastiano Poggi deep dive with Chris Sinco into the exciting world of User Interface (UI) design and so much more!
In this episode of A Touch of Multiplatform, Hosts Pamela Hill and Justin Mancinelli talk with Manoel Neto and Giancarlo Benaflor of Sentry.
Yanneck Reiß guides you through the steps to set up CameraX in your project, build a simple camera preview screen with Jetpack Compose, and ensure proper handling of camera permissions.