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Android Dev Summit 2019 | LiveData with Coroutines and Flow LiveData is a simple lifecycle-aware observable, designed for making UIs that react to changes safely and efficiently. It can be used beyond View↔️ViewModel communications and even components like Room support it. However, there’s a risk of overuse, especially when dealing with multiple threads. The solution? …

Android Dev Summit ’19 | What’s New in Room Room offers type-safe, easy persistence without the boilerplate—but we didn’t stop there! In Room 2.2, we’ve added several highly requested features: better support for relationships, integration with Kotlin Flows, pre-packaged databases, partial entities, schema default values and faster build speed. In this talk, you’ll learn about …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Building Jetpack Compose Come behind the scenes with the Jetpack Compose team to hear about the motivations for the project and how Compose simplifies and accelerates UI development on Android. Hear how you can quickly bring your app to life with less code, powerful tools, and intuitive Kotlin APIs.

Google I/O 2019 | Kotlin Under the Hood: Understand the Internals Kotlin offers great, modern language features and a rich set of extensions. But it’s not always obvious to the developer what’s happening under the hood. This session will help you understand better what these features and extensions are doing internally. It will also show …

Google I/O 2019 | Understand Kotlin Coroutines on Android Coroutines are a feature of Kotlin that help convert callback-based code into sequential code, making code easier to read, write, and understand. This session will show you how to use coroutines on Android, and how the new androidx-concurrent library makes it easy to use them to …

Google I/O 2019 | Mobile Backends with Kotlin and Google Cloud Kotlin is a versatile language that can be used for both frontends and backends. This talk will show you how you can quickly create Kotlin backends that can serve RESTful endpoints using popular frameworks, and running backend in GCP’s compute platform. Your backend service …

Overview Contains instructions on how to install Kotlin in an Ubuntu operating system. With a sample code on how to compile and execute a simple program.   Prerequisites Ubuntu 18 or higher Java is installed   Install via SDKMAN 01. Open a terminal and install applications needed by SDKMAN SDKMAN! is a tool for managing …