Almost in every Android-based application there are item lists in one form or another. To display those lists on the screen developers use RecyclerView as the most fluent, friendly and resource non-intensive component. But, as it always happens, one and the same component in different use environments can behave absolutely differently.
Learn how to run your side effects 🌀 bound to the @Composable lifecycle. What is a side effect? 🌀 Any Android applications contain side effects. They are also called “effects” quite often, in case you’ve been wondering. A side effect is essentially anything that escapes the scope of the function.
Project Mainline is one of the biggest changes to Android in recent years. While you as a consumer may not notice this change, it fundamentally alters how Android operates as an open-source operating system, with more power now resting in the hands of Google than ever before. Whether this increase in control is good or bad is a topic for a different debate. Now, Google plans to include the Android Runtime (ART) as an updatable Mainline module in Android 12.
The fragments of today are not the fragments of even a year ago, much less those of 5+ years ago. This week, the documentation for fragments has been effectively rewritten from scratch bringing it up to speed with the best practices of 2020. - Ian Lake
Let's be frank, Git is/was not very intuitive. I gave up following the updates to the project because at least for me it was very boring, nothing was added to help the daily routine. But I'm glad I was wrong and recently(2.27 and beyond) two shortcuts were added to Git which are a good step in the right path.