The next NYC Kotlin Meetup will be happening on Wednesday June 19th 2019 at the Button HQ office - 220 E 23rd Street.
Jetpack Compose: What Does it Mean for U and I? - Yousuf Haque & Zach Smith
Jetpack compose is the first meaningful departure from the original android UI toolkit. Declarative UI rendering is not something we've ever had from the Android framework. Come take a stroll through the history of UI development on Android and the journey towards Jetpack compose. We'll take a look at first party Android UI options, third party Android UI options, and relevant UI frameworks from other platforms such as React and SwiftUI.
Creating A Kotlin Friendly Library - Jonathan Petit-Frere
This talk covers best practices when creating a Kotlin friendly library. It will also cover differences between working on a library vs working on a mobile app and how to maintain your library.
Location: Thank you to Button for hosting and providing food and drinks. When you arrive someone will be at the entrance checking ids and directing you where to go.
Zach is an Android Engineer at Capital One. Two years ago, Zach transitioned from the world of mechanical engineering to software engineering and hasn't looked back. While he mostly focuses on android, lately he finds himself exploring the many ways he can leverage kotlin's multi-platform support to continue broadening his horizons.
Yousuf is an Android developer at Facebook. He's done client side and server side development in the past, but these days he's trying to figure out how many different ways he can use Kotlin day to day.
Jonathan is a Software Engineer on the Experience team at Button in NYC. He enjoys reading about clean architecture, testing, and IoT. On his free time he likes to work on a variety of IoT projects with Android Things.
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