Recording audio on Android with examples
Posted on May 5, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Knowing how to effectively record audio from a phone is valuable for mobile developers, but is especially essential for apps that process media. The wide range of hardware in Android devices can make it difficult to develop applications that need to capture and play back audio. By Megan Ren.
Tags android app-development kotlin ux
Server-Side development with Kotlin: Frameworks and libraries
Posted on November 23, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
It is quite common to use existing frameworks and libraries for backend application development. If we look at most of the popular frameworks in the Java ecosystem, many of them actually support Kotlin out of the box. There are a lot of Java libraries too. You can use these frameworks and libraries in your Kotlin programs thanks to Kotlin's flawless Java interoperability. By Anton Arhipov.
Tags kotlin programming jvm performance
Architecturing an App with functional reactive programming
Posted on June 24, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Whenever a team is about to start a new project, there's one question that always comes up: "Which architecture are we going to follow?" And every developer tends to have their own opinion on the matter, which makes perfect sense, because it's such an important topic. By Vincent Pradeilles.
MVVM Architecture -- Android tutorial for beginners, step by step guide
Posted on May 25, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length long
Amit Shekhar put together this interesting tutorial in which you are going to learn about the MVVM architecture in Android and then you will build a project with MVVM architecture.
Kotlin: An illustrated guide to conditionals When and If
Posted on May 12, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In real life, we do different things depending on the circumstances. For example, if it's raining outside, I'll probably grab an umbrella. If it's sunny outside, I'll grab my sunglasses. I do different things depending on the weather. By Dave Leeds.
Railway oriented programming in Kotlin
Posted on April 30, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Railway Oriented Programming (ROP) is a functional programming technique that allows sequential execution of functions, not necessarily synchronous. The key concept is that each function can only accept and return Container of either Success or Failure. Failure wraps Throwable type and Success can be of any type. Published by Tonje Krosby.
Best practices for microservices on kubernetes
Posted on April 4, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
There are several best practices for building microservices architecture properly. In this article author mentions the best practices with some new rules dedicated especially for microservices deployed on Kubernetes platform. By Piotr Minkowski.
Kotlin -- The suspend modifier under the hood
Posted on March 24, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Kotlin coroutines introduced the suspend modifier in our daily life as Android developers. By Manuel Vivo.
Pivotal Web Services, SSL, and a Custom Domain
Posted on January 6, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Pivotal Web Services (PWS) is a great place to set up push button deployments. It's cheaper than Heroku and has some great features. By Austin.
Go plus services and one goliath project
Posted on December 20, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
An article by Kevin Dangoor from Khan Engineering about how Khan Academy is embarking on a huge effort to rebuild our server software on a more modern stack in Go.
Vue.js, Spring Boot, Kotlin, and GraphQL: Building modern apps
Posted on August 20, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
An article by Vladimir Fomene about creating modern web applications. You will create a GraphQL API using schemas, queries, mutations, and entities stored in a H2 database engine.
Kotlin Multiplatform for Clean Architecture
Posted on August 11, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Jan Freymann wrote this piece about Kotlin and Kotlin Multiplatform, which enables us to write the same code for the JVM as well as LLVM!