Kotlin

Kotlin Coroutines and Synchronisation: An Example of using Mutex

Applications utilising concurrency must synchronise access to shared state. In this blog post, we will go through an example of building a class that can safely share access to mutable between concurrent operations with the help of `Mutex`.

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Kotlin

Setting up a Kotlin multiplatform project

This blog will show you how to setup a Kotlin multiplatfrom project with an Android and an iOS application and a shared kotlin module.

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Kotlin

Building a GraphQL server with Kotlin + Ktor

This blog post summarises the steps I took to build a GraphQL API with Kotlin and Ktor. It goes the logic needed define routes, execute GraphQL queries and mutations as well as adding JWT authentication with a simple permissions system for access control.

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Android

AndroidDevSummit 2019: What's new in Android Fragments

Google announced AndroidX fragment 1.2.0 At AndroidDevSummit 2019. In this blog post we will go through this release to see what's new and how can we use this new version in our projects.

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Flutter

Clean Architecture in Flutter - FlutterLDN 2019

In here you would fine the slides I presented at Flutter LDN meetup on 21st October 2019 for "Clean Architecture in Flutter using BLoC" talk.

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Android

WebRTC for Android

This article serves as a how-to guide for implementing basic video conferencing with WebRTC. WebRTC is a free, open project that provides browsers and mobile applications with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple APIs. The WebRTC components have been optimised to best serve this purpose.

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Android

HTTP requests on Android using Ktor

Ktor is a new framework for building asynchronous servers and clients. It's 100% Kotlin and runs on Coroutines. In this blog, we will explore using the Ktor client to make HTTP requests in an Android App.

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Android

Custom Views Lifecycle and handling onMeasure()

A quick introduction to the lifecycle of Android Views and an example on how to implement onMeasure to negotiate your view's size.

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Android

Robolectric 4: Bridging the gap between Robolectric and Espresso

This is the second part of a series of blogs about Robolectric 4. It will explain how Robolectric works and what might go wrong. This blog will also explain how can we bridge the gap between Robolectric and Espresso.

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Android

Robolectric 4: A quick introduction

This is the first part of a series of blogs about Robolectric 4. This part will go through project setup steps and running the first shared test.

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Android

How To Debug Your Android App Over Wi-Fi

Setup wireless ADB and debug your Android app over Wi-Fi

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