Paparazzi enables a radically faster and improved UI testing workflow, and using a small workaround we can bring that to our multiplatform Compose projects
Moshi is a fast and powerful JSON parsing library for the JVM and Android. Today we look into manually parsing JSON to and from Java/Kotlin classes
Part 3 of #TeachingKotlin covers some subtle differences between Kotlin and Java that might affect your codebases as you start migrating to or writing new code in Kotlin.
I was an early adopter of the Gradle Kotlin DSL, deploying it to multiple Android projects of mine, but lately it has been more trouble than I could care for. Here are my grievances with it.
The second post in #TeachingKotlin series, this post goes over Kotlin’s variables and their attributes, like visibility and getters/setters.
Part 1 of my #TeachingKotlin, this post goes over Kotlin classes, objects and how things like finality and staticity vary between Java and Kotlin.
Kotlin’s been great for me – and millions others, as evident by its explosive growth. Long-time Java developers may feel hesitant to give it a shot. This series aims to smoothen this transition, letting people know what benefits they might reap from Kotlin, and what differences should they be careful about.