Kotlin Weekly #-272!
Try the New Cross-Language Change Signature Refactoring With the KMM Plugin for AppCode (blog.jetbrains.com) JetBrains keep working on their KMP Plugin for AppCode (remember that until recently AppCode could refactor code, whereas Xcode couldn’t. Check out the new corss-language change signature refactoring.
Multik 0.1 Is Out (blog.jetbrains.com) Introducing Multik 0.1 – a new, enhanced version of our multidimensional array library! In this release, folks at JetBrains have added a bunch of features.
Compose for Wear OS now in Developer Preview! (android-developers.googleblog.com) Compose for Wear OS is in Developer Preview after a number of successful alpha releases. Check out everything included in this post.
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Kotlin Symbol Processors (blog.jetbrains.com) Kotlin Symbol Processing (KSP) is a library built at Google which provides an API to build lightweight compiler plugins. Read more about it in this article
Room & Kotlin Symbol Processing (medium.com) We have more KSP, in this case Room meeting Kotlin Symbol Processing. See how Room can benefit from a relationship with KSP.
Avoid unnecessary object creation (kt.academy) In this new article from the book Effective Kotlin, see reasons why we should avoid unnecessary object creation (which goes a bit further than the obvious ones)
What’s New in kotlinx.serialization 1.3 (proandroiddev.com) Check out what’s new in the release of kotlinx.serialization 1.3, summarized by Nav Singh.
Scoping functions in Kotlin Coroutines (kt.academy) Learn how can we scope function using Kotlin Coroutines in this article by Marcin Moskala.
Modularizing a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Project (akjaw.com) This article shows an example modularization strategy for Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile projects and touches on some issues related to modularization and the iOS platform.
Building a type safe bundleOf (proandroiddev.com) You may be aware of the bundleOf utility provided by the core-ktx artifact, however you may not be aware of the fact that it’s not type safe. Aidan Mcwilliams explores here some possibilities to make it safe.
Get Started with Android Authentication Using Kotlin (github.com) Joey de Villa has written an article showcasing how to implement login, logout, and user profiles in Android apps using Kotlin and Auth0.
Ranges and Progressions in Kotlin (www.youtube.com) This Video Tutorial by Bhavna Thacker covers Ranges and Progressions in Kotlin - among others, demostrates the usage of .. , downTo and until.
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