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Took some vacation last week, but now it’s time to get back to the weekly Newsletter 🗞️
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1) The K2 Compiler is going stable in Kotlin 2.0
2) Android library compatibility and public API management with binary compatibility validator
3) Space Hoisting: Should I use the padding Modifier or the Spacer composable?
4) Leveraging the Snapshot Mutation Policies of Jetpack Compose
1) Quite a big update. The K2 compiler will become stable in the Kotlin 2.0 release. Bear in mind the next Kotlin release will be a 1.9.0, so we have to wait a bit for the 2.0 😅
🔗 The K2 Compiler is going stable in Kotlin 2.0
2) Android library compatibility is a major concern for developers, as it affects the performance and stability of the applications they create. It is essential to ensure that the libraries used are compatible with the Android platform, so as to ensure a smooth and successful user experience. How can you achieve it? You can find more about it below.
🔗 Android library compatibility and public API management with binary compatibility validator
3) If you've ever used Compose, you’re probably familiar with padding Modifiers and the Spacer composable. But have you ever wondered if there are any pros and cons of using them and when is the right time to use one of them?
🔗 Space Hoisting: Should I use the padding Modifier or the Spacer composable?
4) Recompositions. Recompositions everywhere. But seriously, how does Jetpack Compose know when the state has changed and that it’s time to recompose? Have a look at how Snapshot Mutation Policy works 🕵🏻
🔗 Leveraging the Snapshot Mutation Policies of Jetpack Compose
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