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RxJava vs. Coroutines
We’ve already been using coroutines here and there, but it wasn’t something that we could consider replacing RxJava with until recently because of missing functionality. Now, with the addition of StateFlow and SharedFlow, coroutines are comparable to RxJava.

In order to evaluate a move from RxJava to coroutines, I wrote down a list of pros/cons for each framework.
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Articles
Learn how to create a solid BLE architecture, as solid as the Colosseum. 🏛
The recent release of WorkManager 2.5.0 enables easier usage in a multi-process environment and provides several stability improvements.
How to introduce new, complex features to an Android app while always staying ready for next release.

Jetpack Lifecycle is quite powerful. However, when misused, Fragments can leave us with headaches instead.

Use an engaging and fancy technique to spice up your UI!
Kapt will run on your test builds even if you didn't ask it to.
Libraries and useful resources
💪 Rich Android Path. 🤡 Draw as you want. 🎉 Animate much as you can.

An online playground for your ProGuard keep rules

Videos/Podcasts
When implementing Dependency Injection in Android Applications, developers often default to Dagger due to its power and familiarity within the community.
Class of the week
The AutofillManager class provides ways for apps and custom views to integrate with the Autofill Framework lifecycle.
Beyond Android
Learn and Master Vim with interactive exercises