Weekend good reads for Android developers, issue #31 (15/2022)

It’s Friday, it’s time for a new pack of articles to go over the long (for some of you) weekend.

Composable metrics

Jetpack Compose 1.2 introduces a lot of new features. One of them is the ability to analyze created Composables in terms of various metrics and measurements of their performance. Please review the article to check the details.

Migrating Architecture Blueprints to Jetpack Compose

Probably each of us knows the Android Blueprints projects and in this article, Manuel Vivo presents how they migrate them to Jetpack Compose.

Android — 9 Useful Kotlin Flow Operators You Need to Know

Operators are key elements of any reactive framework, including Kotlin Flow. They enable various operations to be performed on the data stream elements. In this article, you will find 9 of them which are the most useful during daily basis work.

Resilient use cases with kotlin.Result, coroutines and annotations

When creating software, it is extremely important to consider cases where something may go wrong this article shows you how to implement fault-tolerant UseCase classes.

Android App Excellence Summit

In this article, you can find a summary of App Excellence Summit 2022.

Weekend good reads for Android developers, issue #15 (51/2021)

❄️ HoHoHolidays' list of interesting articles is here ❄️

Holiday Book Recommendations for Engineering Managers, Software Engineers and Product Managers

Gergely Orosz lists 95 book recommendations, perfect as reading or gifts during the end-of-year break for those working in tech. Hint: you can still buy an ebook as a gift ;)

How to create a composable password with Jetpack Compose

The author shows you how you can create a password text field and password confirmation with Jetpack Compose.

Android Biometric API primer

Bevan Steele shares the steps to authenticate the user using the AndroidX Biometric Library.

What Spotify Wrapped Can Teach About Successful Marketing Strategies

According to Cecilia, there is a lot of important factors, so recommended you to read this article and then check your database and try to find, for example:

  • Who was the most active user?
  • Who has spent the most with you?
  • Who replied to e-mails most often?
  • Who asked the most questions?

Happy Holidays Folks! and see you next week ⛷

Weekend good reads for Android developers, issue #9 (45/2021)

As usual, we have some interesting reads for you for the coming weekend 🙂

Cheat sheet for Jetpack Compose

All the most important things from Jetpack Compose collected in one place, along with a short description and an example of use. An ideal place for people who are just starting their adventure with a declarative way of creating a view.

Google Play: Ratings and Reviews better for users and developers

Google Play is making ratings more personalised and indicative of the experience each individual user can expect:

  • Starting November 2021, users on phones will start to see ratings specific to their registered country.
  • Early in 2022 users on other devices such as tablets, Chromebooks, and wearables will start to see ratings specific to the device that they’re on.