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MindOrks Read #64

MindOrks Read #64
May 31st, 2020

content cover In this blog, we are going to learn how to implement the instant search feature using Kotlin Flow operators in Android application.

content cover In this blog, we are going to talk about how we can handle touch events in Android. This is like, understanding how we can work around with touch controls and touch events when we tap on our screen.

content cover In this blog, we are going to discuss what are StateFlow APIs and how it works.

content cover Duolingo completes migration to Kotlin and reduces its line count by an average of 30%

content cover Some highlights of Android Studio 4.0 include a new Motion Editor to help bring your apps to life, a Build Analyzer to investigate causes for slower build times, and Java 8 language APIs you can use regardless of your app’s minimum API level. Based on your feedback, we’ve also overhauled the CPU Profiler user interface to provide a more intuitive workflow and easier side-by-side analysis of thread activity. And the improved Layout Inspector now provides live data of your app’s UI, so you can easily debug exactly what’s being shown on the device.

content cover Parallax Effect in Android
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