With the announcement at Google I/O this year that Kotlin will be an officially supported language for Android it seemed like a good idea to dive in and write a small sample app to get a feel for the language.
I’ve re-written the MVP app which I’ve used in other blog posts entirely in Kotlin – the full source is here on github. This post is a quick summary of some of the language features which I find noteworthy
Continue reading Kotlin – First Impressions
One of the many benefits of using a clean architecture in Android is that it allows us to replace individual components of our app without having to touch the rest of the code (and everything breaking).
In this post I want to show how easy it is to change one networking library for another (Volley <-> Retrofit) when the networking logic is entirely contained within the network layer!
Continue reading MVP In Practice – Swapping the Network Layer