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Collect Kotlin’s Flow Lifecycle Aware With Style

Reduce boilerplate code and facilitate your codebase with some handy extension functions

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AFlow is a cold stream that emits values in sequential order. “Cold” means that until a Flow is observed or rather “collected”, it won’t run. When using Flows you have the option to use various known transformation functions like map…

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