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Exploring Jetpack Compose: Arrangement

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When it comes to the layout of child components inside of their parents, it is likely we’re going to want to arrange them in some way on both the horizontal and/or vertical axis. For example, our parent may fill the height of the screen, but our child components may only represent a small amount of that height and we may want to arrange that to be at the bottom of the screen. The same applies...

Exploring Jetpack Compose: Border

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If you’re enjoying my posts on Jetpack Compose, check out some details on the book I’ll be writing on Compose! When it comes to decorating views within Jetpack Compose, some components allow the use of a Border reference to outline a given component. Currently, the use of a Border reference is not too extensive and requires minimal effort to get in place. There are currently two ways to...

Exploring Jetpack Compose: Radio Button

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If you’re enjoying my posts on Jetpack Compose, check out some details on the book I’ll be writing on Compose!

Important: The contents of this article have been deprecated with newer releases for Jetpack Compose. If you’re looking to learn about the Radio Button composable, please see the guides here.

Exploring Jetpack Compose: Snackbar

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If you’re enjoying my posts on Jetpack Compose, check out some details on the book I’ll be writing on Compose!

Important: The contents of this article have been deprecated with newer releases for Jetpack Compose. If you’re looking to learn about the Snackbar composable, please see the guides here.

Exploring jetpack Compose: Switch

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If you’re enjoying my posts on Jetpack Compose, check out some details on the book I’ll be writing on Compose!

Important: The contents of this article have been deprecated with newer releases for Jetpack Compose. If you’re looking to learn about the Switch composable, please see the guides here.

Exploring Jetpack Compose: TriStateCheckbox

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If you’re enjoying my posts on Jetpack Compose, check out some details on the book I’ll be writing on Compose!

Important: The contents of this article have been deprecated with newer releases for Jetpack Compose. If you’re looking to learn about the TriStateCheckbox composable, please see the guides here.

Exploring Jetpack Compose: Checkbox

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If you’re enjoying my posts on Jetpack Compose, check out some details on the book I’ll be writing on Compose!

Important: The contents of this article have been deprecated with newer releases for Jetpack Compose. If you’re looking to learn about the Checkbox composable, please see the guides here.

Building an App with Kotlin Multiplatform: Building our Authentication module

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In the last post we outlined the foundations for how our kotlin multiplatform project is going to be structured. With this in mind, we’re going to start building the next part of our project – here we’ll start with the remote layer of our application. You may recall seeing how we had each API responsibility separated into an individual module – whilst this may not suit...

Exploring Dynamic Feature Navigation on Android

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Since the introduction of the Navigation Component on Android, navigating the different parts of our application has become much more pleasant to implement. We’ve been able to better decouple navigation logic from our activities and fragments, along with being able to test these paths with more ease. However, the Navigation Component has only ever allowed us to achieve these things with...