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“Composing” the Flutter counter app with Jetpack Compose: Part 1

I experienced the comfort of getting away from designing my layouts using XML when I shifted towards Flutter. Having spent almost 3 years working with the Declarative UI, I feel that it is the future. The introduction of Jetpack Compose in the case of Android and SwiftUI in the case of iOS says a lot about that feeling. Recently I got my hands dirty with Jetpack Compose and I…

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Annsh Singh

Annsh Singh

Mobile Application Developer 📱 Android 💚 | Flutter 💙 Design | Create | Build stuff ⚒️ https://play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=4716299969505523086

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