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Recently the article about Kotlin Flow benefits over RxJava was published by Antoni Castejón García:

Though Antoni made a good work and many thanks to him for providing his feedback and experience (we need to share our thoughts, this improves community acknowledgment in various areas) — I found few places…

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I am an Android Developer from the beginning of my professional career. Straight from the University, I’ve jumped into Android development, and to this day continue my journey. During that time I’ve worked in different areas: enterprise, product business applications, SDK development. But all that started with mobile game development.

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Many of us first learned Kotlin after Java. Learning process was fairly simple because Kotlin has many similarities when at the same time improves development experience by fighting common pain points Java developer (especially on Java 6, which is common in Android world) has to encounter every day.

There are…

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Disclaimer

This is short synopsis of great set of lectures. What is written here is by no means true, one should refer to original lectures or some books etc. This is written mostly for myself in case I wanted to revisit the topic in the future.
Everything below is not “what it…

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One of the important parts of application development is to make it accessible to as many users as possible. This includes people with impaired vision, color blindness, impaired hearing, impaired dexterity, cognitive disabilities, and many other disabilities.
Making an app accessible is challenging but rewarding. The difficulty is because the development…

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This post is part of series of comparing RxJava to Kotlin Flow. Previous articles were about Threading, Backpressure, Error Handling, Stream Types, Throttling

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Testing is a crucial part of whole development. Testing allows you to write programs in a reliable fashion, prevent regressions and have many other goodies. I won’t…

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This post is part of series of comparing RxJava to Kotlin Flow. Previous articles were about Threading, Backpressure, Error Handling, Stream Types

It is advised to take a look at the overview of Throttling operators in RxJava before reading this article:

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Throttling is also one of the essential features of…

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