Droidcon Berlin '19
The Android UI toolkit's API surface has remained the same for the past decade. With applications and UI becoming more and more demanding, we need a new programming model to handle this complexity. With Kotlin bringing in DSLs, functional programming, and compiler plugin capabilities - the Android UI Toolkit team is taking a new direction with Jetpack Compose.
This shift in API design also demands a shift in thinking about UI and app architecture. In this talk, we’ll see how Jetpack Compose is radically different from the existing Android UI framework and look at various examples to build reactive Android apps.