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Deep Dive into Activity Results API — No More onActivityResult()

ActivityResultContracts by Examples

Since Android came into existence in 2007, Activity has been one of its core components. One of the most common tasks in apps is transferring data between two Activities. Until now, Intents and onActivityResult were the only choice.

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Wajahat Karim

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