ISSUE #309

3rd of July 2022

Hello from Italy Kotliners (where the weather forecast has been everything but right). The KotlinConf has been finally announced, and the early and super early tickets are gone. Keep an eye on regular tickets, and hoping to see you all there.


The KotlinConf has been announced
After a long hiatus, the KotlinConf has been announced. Super early bird and early bird tickets are already sold out, but keep an eye on regular ones (as well as on the Call for Papers).

Kotlin DataFrame Preview
The Kotlin team has developed a Kotlin library for data frames. Today they’re releasing its first public preview version. Read this link to learn more about it.


From Objects to Functions
Third and last article in the series of articles by Uberto Barbini on FP for Kotlin.

How to learn Kotlin with IntelliJ IDEA and Android Studio integrated courses
Alex Forrester has written an article showcasing how we can learn Kotlin directly using IntelliJ IDEA Edu.

Kotlin Flows -What, Why and How?
In this article, Saurabh Pant tries to answer a few questions about Kotlin Flows, such as cancellation, transformation and more.

Improving shared architecture for a Kotlin Multiplatform, Jetpack Compose and SwiftUI app
Marco Gomiero wrote an article proposing an improved shared architecture module for apps written in KMP and using Compose and SwiftUI.


Visibility Gaps Are Slowing Down Your Mobile Apps
Mobile engineers would rather build features than fix bugs, but they frequently don’t have the right data to efficiently identify, prioritize, and solve mobile app issues. Join this webinar to learn about the 10 fundamentals of actionable mobile-first visibility.


ViewModel: One-off event antipatterns
Manuel Vivo wrote an article about how we should handle ViewModel events to avoid bad UX experiences and anti-patterns.

Document Your Android With Dokka and KDoc
Would you like to leave the JavaDoc gerontocracy? In this article by Enes Varol, he teaches us how to use Dokka and KDoc for our Android app.


Turbocharging Kotlin: Arrow Analysis, Optics & Meta
The hosts of Talking Kotlin speak this time with Raul, Simon, and Alejandro, from the Arrow team, about Kotlin, FP and more.

Lottie with Gabriel Peal
Nico speaks with Gabriel Peal about Lottie, how the project started and how it works internally, and much more.


Permission Flow for Android
Know the real-time state of an Android app Permissions with Kotlin Flow APIs.

Orbitary is a Jetpack Compose animation library that allows you to implement animations such as shared element transition.


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