Dru and Jenn talk with Google’s Android Toolkit Lead Developer Romain Guy about Android Q and UX; then Jenn takes a look at Jetpack Compose.
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Romain on Android Q and UX
- Android Q – Android Dev
- Android Details – Android Blog
- What’s New in Android Google I/O ’19 – Video
- Dark Theme Android Q – Feature
- Live Captions Android Q – Feature
- Camera X Android Q – Feature
- Gesture Navigation Android Q – Feature
- Folding Devices Android Q – Feature
- Affinity Productivity – Graphic Tool Suite
- Open Look Gui Sun Microsystems – Wikipedia
- The Design of Everyday Things Book – Amazon.com
- Skeumorphism – Wikipedia
Jetpack Compose with Jenn
- Jetpack Compose Developer Documentation – Android
- Kotlin Community
- Jetpack Compose Primer Tutorial – RayWenderlich.com
- Jetpack Compose Sneak Peak (Part 1) – AndroidPub
- Jetpack Compose Quick Setup (Part 2) – Android Pub
- Jetpack Compose UI (Part 3) – Android Pub
- Declaritive UI Patterns Google I/O ’19 – Video
- What is Reactive Programming? Blog Post – RedElastic
- What is a Lambda (Function) – Stack Overflow
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