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Jetpack Compose Animations Tutorial: Getting Started
In this tutorial, you’ll build beautiful animations with Jetpack Compose Animations, and discover the API that lets you build these animations easily.

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Articles
Designing a complex user interface on Android having a nested view hierarchy was a common thing previously. But, with the introduction of ConstraintLayout, this has changed a lot. It reduces a lot of challenges of building complex layouts as now you can design them using the GUI of Layout Editor, by just dragging UI elements into a visual design editor instead of writing layout XML by hand.
Understanding the internals of Lottie-Android and the workflow of Loading and Rendering the Animation file blog post aims to be the starting point for developers to get familiar with the core classes, methods of Lottie source code plus the understanding of Bodymovin which exports JSON required by Lottie to work.
Jetpack Paging library release version 3.0.0-alpha03 is full of new features and is Kotlin first with a pinch of Coroutines & Flow 😊.
Building software is a complex task. Some software is built by a single person, but often times there are teams behind software. These teams can range from two people up to hundreds of people.
Libraries and useful resources
Port of the double tap on back of device feature from Android 11 to any Android 7.0+ device.
Videos/Podcasts
Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Chet Haase covers an update on the release of Android 11, Jetpack DataStore, privacy changes, Android GPU Inspector, and podcast episodes!
Class of the week
Interface for an Activity to interact with the user through voice. Use Activity.getVoiceInteractor to retrieve the interface, if the activity is currently involved in a voice interaction.
Beyond Android
GitHub CLI brings GitHub to your terminal. It reduces context switching, helps you focus, and enables you to more easily script and create your own workflows. Earlier this year, we announced the beta of GitHub CLI.