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Issue #23

New Canary release, Compose tooltips and common design patterns ๐Ÿ‘ท

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Time for another issue of the Android Dev Newsletter ๐Ÿ˜Ž
Letโ€™s just jump right into it ๐Ÿ‘‡

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1) Android Studio Giraffe Canary 1 now available

2) Tooltips for Jetpack Compose: Improve User Experience to the Next Level

3) Zero To Hero in Android Kotlin Creational Design Patterns

4) Security offtopic - She hacked a billionaire, a bank and you could be next.


1) New Android Studio Canary version is here - Giraffe. Check out new features and bug fixes that come with it!

๐Ÿ”— ย Android Studio Giraffe Canary 1 now available


2) This post outlines the features of Balloon, an open-source library for modernized and sophisticated tooltips for Android. Since version 1.5.0, Balloon has started to support Jetpack Compose, allowing users to configure the body contents with a Composable.

๐Ÿ”— ย Tooltips for Jetpack Compose: Improve User Experience to the Next Level


3) This article provides an overview of the most popular design patterns used in Android development with Kotlin. It discusses how design patterns can be used to improve the structure and organization of code, as well as how they can help promote loose coupling, allow for easy modification, allow for code reuse, simplify object creation and improve performance. The article covers the three categories of design patterns: Creational, Structural, and Behavioral.

๐Ÿ”— ย Zero To Hero in Android Kotlin Creational Design Patterns


4) How to protect yourself online? Hereโ€™s an interesting interview with Rachel Tobac. She has hacked a CNN reported, a billionaire, a bank and many others and in this video she explains how different type of people should care about their security and passwords online.

๐Ÿ”— ย She hacked a billionaire, a bank and you could be next.


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