Posts about android

Gradle Version Catalogs

As many of you already might know, Gradle has introduced a new (yet unstable) way to centralize dependency declarations. In huge codebases and in multi-module projects, managing gradle dependencies has always[…]

Gradle Convention Plugin

As many of us already know, the Google Android team will soon start using a new way of applying plugins in Android/Kotlin modules. It’s more an improvement and a try to[…]

A comparison between Flutter’s Injectable and Dagger 2

I have been playing around with Flutter lately. More specifically I discovered Injectable; a dependency injection tool for Flutter, also built by google, but extremely similar to Dagger 2. Since I[…]

First look on Hilt

onCreate A new Dependency Injection library called Hilt was presented from the Google team. It was designed on top of Dagger library and provides a simpler, less boilerplate API to handle[…]

Using git from Android Studio. A quick guide.

We all know how important version control is. One can save a lot of time in case conflicts occur or things go really bad. But we can still argue which tool[…]

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