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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #93

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#92・

jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #92

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!1.1.0-beta03 is out! And, we got new modifiers, onPlaced() and (for LazyListScope) animateItemPlacement(), to help with drag and drop! Beyond that:If you use InjectionScope and/or MultiModalInj…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #91

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #90

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!A 1.0.5 patch release is out, with a derivedStateOf() tracking bug fix.1.1.0-beta02 is also available, and it adds:The actual “bring into view” API, in the form of BringIntoViewRequester (tease…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #89

Google hosted their Android Dev Summit 2021 last week. In this case, “hosted” was all virtual. There were a few live sessions, but mostly the material was pre-recorded, reminiscent of how Google I|O 2021 happened in May. But, as you might imagine, there were …

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #88

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #87

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!Compose 1.0.4 was released. The headline is that it works with Kotlin 1.5.31. In fact, that appears to be the only actual change.We also got Compose 1.1.0-alpha06. Of note:If you have tests tha…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #86

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #85

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!Compose 1.0.3 is out! This adds support for Kotlin 1.5.30, as Compose struggles to keep up with JetBrains’ blistering Kotlin release pace. There seems to be no other significant bug fixes in th…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #84

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #83

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!Beyond the Kotlin 1.5.30 support, 1.1.0-alpha04 has a few changes, including:There has been a fair bit of change with touch events, such as the deprecation of GestureScope and the addition of p…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #82

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#81・

jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #81

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!1.1.0-alpha03 makes some interesting changes. The big one is support for Kotlin 1.5.30. Beyond that:The compiler plugin now supports older versions of the runtime, whereas previously the plugin…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #80

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #79

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!Among other improvements, 1.1.0-alpha02 brings us:The ability for PointerEvent to capture the state of mouse buttons and keyboard modifiers (e.g., Shift)A new DpSize class, used with a new DpRe…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #78

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #77

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose updates!We have a new patch release, 1.0.1. This version uses Kotlin 1.5.21, but otherwise is unchanged, according to the release notes.We also have the first new-version alpha: 1.1.0-alpha01. Of note…

 
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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #76

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #75

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jetc.dev Newsletter - Issue #74

Reviewing the release notes for the latest Jetpack Compose update!Blissfully, rc02 has few changes, and most of those are just bug fixes. They did semi-revert an rc01 change, so now dialogs will be sized based on the platform by default — use usePlatformDefau…