…he Boss had to do before is taken over by a hired supervisor for much less money. In the same vein, coroutines, unlike threads, also don’t need a lot of memory, just some bytes. Because of this, you can start many more coroutines than threads. This characteristic of coroutine…
…ment when a coroutine suspends, the Kotlin runtime finds another coroutine to resume its execution. That means our Boss luckily doesn’t have to manage the workflow by himself. Just imagine a scenario where much of the work that the Boss had to do before is taken over by a h…
… a different thread. While a coroutine is suspended, it doesn’t block the thread it was running on. When a coroutine reaches a suspension point, the thread is returned back to its pool, so it can be used by another coroutine or by another process. When the suspension is over, the coroutine resumes on a free thread in the pool.
Dagger mostly works with Kotlin out of the box. However, you have to watch out for a few things just to make sure you’re doing what you really mean to do:
@field: for qualifiers on field attributes, inline method bodies, and
@JvmSuppressWildcards when injecting collections.
Nobody has ever described it better. That’s the nature of the demon. It’s the absence of feeling. It’s the end of hope. It’s feeling like nothing will ever be good or bright or wonderful ever again. It’s feeling like you’ll never have anything but failure, you’re not good enough for what you want in life and you’ll never get it no matter what you do.
I’m talking about the times where you wake up and can’t get out of bed and you feel like nothing will ever go right again and your whole life is meaningless. That’s when those articles are less than worthless. They’re actually even worse. They’re hurting you.