Kotlin Weekly #-278!
Dokka Is In Beta – Try It Now and Share Your Feedback! (blog.jetbrains.com) Dokka, the documentation engine for Kotlin, has reached Beta. Now it is closer to reach a stable status, but before that JetBrains is looking for feedback.
KMM Plugin for Android Studio 0.3.0 Released (blog.jetbrains.com) The KMM Plugin for Android Studio 0.3.0 has been recently released. It comes with new features and improvements that simplify the creation of new KMM projects, and improves the process of developing iOS applications based on Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile.
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Eliminate obsolete object references (kt.academy) You probably knew that we should not keep a reference to an object that is not useful anymore. This excerpt from Effective Kotlin ellaborates on this topic.
KMP vs Flutter vs React Native (icerock.medium.com) There is a wide range of options in cross-platform nowadays, among them Flutter, React Native, and, of course, Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile. The folks at IceRock theoretize about which one we should use.
Hot and cold data sources (kt.academy) This article from Kt. Academy analyses hot and cold streams, what are their features and how to use them.
It has never been easier to understand how to write Unit Tests on Android (blog.kotlin-academy.com) Begum Yazici has written an article explaining what are Unit tests, why should we write them, how to write them (and how to do everything in Kotlin).
Teaching Introductory Computer Science in Kotlin (www.youtube.com) Geoffrey Challen speaks about his experience teaching Kotlin in Computer Science at the University of Illinois.
The Dangers of Jetpack Compose | Gabor Varadi (www.youtube.com) Gabor Varadi speaks with Florian Walther about Compose, Kotlin, Android and more.
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