Programming Android with Kotlin: Achieving Structured Concurrency with Coroutines
Android development is so vast that mastering this mobile operating system can seem daunting–particularly now that Kotlin has become the official Android development language. This book helps Android developers make the transition from Java to Kotlin and shows them how Kotlin provides a true advantage for gaining control over asynchronous computations.
By focusing specifically on coroutines, a new asynchronous programming paradigm, this book describes how you can achieve structured concurrency with Kotlin. Authors Pierre-Oliver Laurence, Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez, and Mike Dunn provide implementations of the most common tasks in native Android development.
- The basics of the Kotlin language and the Android architecture
- Data transformations in Kotlin
- Android fundamentals in memory and threading
- Concurrency with coroutines
- Channels and flows
- Android profiling tools