Issue #425

 2 years ago
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Articles & Tutorials

square_Bildschirmfoto_2020-08-02_um_08.34.16.pngA few experiments with Android drawable gradients


Drawable gradients seem to be rarely used despite their simple syntax, so Jake Lee shows several examples of what's possible.

Kotlin Flow Retry Operator with Exponential Backoff Delay


In this tutorial, Amit Shekhar teaches about the Kotlin Flow retry and retryWhen operators and how to retry the task with exponential backoff delay using it.

Kotlin Multiplatform + Rx + MVVM


What is better for a developer than writing code once and run it on various platforms, natively. Hossein Abbasi shows how to write reactive MVVM implementation using Kotlin Multiplatform.

Understanding your build with the Build Analyzer


Michael Hazard examines the Build Analyzer, a tool designed to help all developers understand what determines the duration of their build and how it can be minimized.

Configuration Caching deep dive


Configuration caching is a fundamental building block in making builds faster. Ivan Gavrilovic shows some upcoming features (available experimentally for now) that can potentially make your builds faster than before.

Introducing the Motion Editor


This blog is a quick tour of the new Motion Editor and how to use the latest features during your animation development.

Design Tools Suite UX enhancements in Android Studio 4.1


Paris Hsu takes a closer look at some of the design tool enhancements in Android Studio 4.1

Android Vitals - Rising to the first drawn surface


Py continues the series on stability and performance monitoring. This post is a continuation of the deep dive on cold start, where it goes from the launch of the first activity to the first draw on a surface.

Multiple navigation graphs (with bottom navigation bar)


Bevan Steele describes why you need to build two navigation graphs when transitioning between a logged out and logged in state in your app.

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