In this post, I will explain how to use the Android Paged list with a boundary callback. The idea is to see an example where both the network and the local database is involved.
In this post, I will show you how to quickly add Room support for Room database in your app using Kotlin. There are quite a few articles on how to use Room but most of them are not up to date.
In the first part of this article we got an introduction about various frameworks available to us for writing tests for an Android app. We also saw some best practices that could be followed to write more testable code.
In app development, a variety of use cases and interactions come up as one iterates the code. The app might need to fetch data from a server, interact with the device’s sensors, access local storage, or render complex user interfaces.
Recently, I started Reading Kotlin In Action by Dmitry Jemerov and learned about Data classes in Kotlin. It’s one of the best books out there to get started with Kotlin. You can buy the paperback edition of the book from Amazon.
I wrote a simple activity in Koltin which takes a user name as input and simply displays it in the TextView. Here’s how the activity looks like.
And the code for the activity is,