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Issue #5

Hi there! ✋

Hope you had a wonderful weekend and rested a bit. It’s Monday and like they say - new week, new possibilities 😁

Last week I integrated Jetpack Compose to the project I’m currently working on so all of the new features and updated UI will be written entirely in Compose! Looking forward to add my “Composer” Framework there too. You can find it on my GitHub here: https://github.com/k0siara

Enough about me, let’s jump into what I have for you today, shall we? 😄

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  1. Measure and improve performance with Macrobenchmark
  2. Composable metrics
  3. Twitter going all in on Jetpack Compose for feature development: greater productivity, less bugs
  4. Kotlin Language Design with Roman Elizarov

1) Tomáš Mlynarič takes a look at how the Jetpack Macrobenchmark library helps you understand your app’s performance and how you can improve your app’s startup time by up to 30%.

🔗 Measure and improve performance with Macrobenchmark


2) As teams start using Jetpack Compose, most of them eventually find that there is a missing piece of the puzzle: measuring the performance of your composables. In this article Chris Banes explaines how to use the new Compose feature to measure performance.

🔗 Composable metrics


3) The Twitter engineering team turned to Jetpack Compose to kick-start a much needed overhaul of the app’s UI foundation. With Compose, developers can easily find and use the right APIs, fluidly style and modularize components, and ultimately build more with less code.

🔗 Twitter going all in on Jetpack Compose for feature development: greater productivity, less bugs


4) Kotlin Language designer Roman Elizarov, joins Happy Path Programming to talk about designing Kotlin.

🔗 Happy Path Programming - #60 Kotlin Language Design with Roman Elizarov


That’s it for this Monday. Hope you have a great week, see you next time! 👊

Best, Patryk

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