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Kotlin Mumbai: Exploring Future of Android UI With Jetpack Compose

Exploring Future of Android UI With Jetpack Compose siddhesh patil

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  • Speaker: Gurupreet Singh , Android Developer at Foodpanda
  • Location: Online, Microsoft Teams

Exploring the future of Android UI with Jetpack Compose

Compose is a new declarative way of making user interfaces on Android. It is changing the way app developers are designing and organizing their view related code. It’s certainly a breath of fresh air from what Android does with XMLs. In this talk Gurupreet explores the use cases of Jetpack compose and educates us on how one can quickly bootstrap a project with compose.


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This was the last meetup of 2020 that we organized at Kotlin Mumbai, and it was amazing! We can’t wait to bring more talks and interesting conversations to you next year. Till then happy new year 2021 and stay tuned for more!


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Siddhesh is an Android Engineer and Kotlin Advocate from Mumbai. He currently makes apps for Paytm and Insider.in, working on Paytm's chat, payments, merchant and entertainment ticketing businesses. Over the years he has published several apps for Android that have helped clients reach their targets. Companies like Axis Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI have benifited from apps he has developed.

He also organizes an open-community for developers called Kotlin Mumbai, often participating as a speaker and helping everyone learn Android and Kotlin.

This publication was last updated on May 13, 2021

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