Programming Android with Kotlin
Achieving Structured Concurrency with Coroutines
Developing applications for the Android mobile operating system can seem daunting, particularly if it requires learning a new programming language: Kotlin, now Androidâ??s officialdevelopment language. With this practical book, Android developers will learn how to make the transition from Java to Kotlin, including how Kotlin provides a true advantage for gaining control over asynchronous computations.
Authors Pierre-Olivier Laurence, Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez, G. Blake Meike, and Mike Dunn explore implementations of the most common tasks in native Android development, and show you how Kotlin can help you solve concurrency problems. With a focus on structured concurrency, a new asynchronous programming paradigm, this book will guide you through one of Kotlin's most powerful constructs, coroutines.
Learn about Kotlin essentials and the Kotlin Collections Framework; Explore Android fundamentals: the operating system and the application container and its components; Learn about thread safety and how to handle concurrency; Write sequential, asynchronous work at a low cost; Examine structured concurrency with coroutines, and learn how channels make coroutines communicate; Learn how to use flows for asynchronous data processing; Understand performance considerations using Android profiling tools; Use performance optimizations to trim resource consumption.
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