Kotlin for Android App Development (Addison-Wesley)
Wednesday, 27 February 2019

In this book, author Peter Sommerhoff aims to help you rapidly understand Kotlin’s principles and techniques, apply Kotlin in production app development, integrate Kotlin with existing Java code, and plan a migration to Kotlin, if you choose. If you have at least basic programming experience in another language, the overview and examples are designed to get the reader quickly up-to-speed with the Kotlin language, its constructs, and its advanced functional and object-oriented capabilities.

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Author: Peter Sommerhoff
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date: January 2019
Pages: 432
ISBN: 978-0134854199
Print: 0134854195
Kindle: B07LDDW6T8
Audience: developers who want to learn Kotlin
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages and Phone/mobile 

 

 

  • Understand Kotlin’s goals, principles, advantages, design, and constructs
  • Take full advantage of functional programming in the Kotlin environment
  • Write more concise and reusable code using Kotlin’s object-oriented features
  • Interoperate with existing Java code, and plan a migration to Kotlin
  • Use coroutines to efficiently handle concurrency
  • Capture data via third-party APIs, map it to internal data representations, and present it to users
  • Master best practices for architecting Kotlin Android apps
  • Improve productivity and readability by creating simple domain-specific languages in Kotlin

Related Titles

Android Programming in Kotlin: Starting With An App (I Programmer Library from I/O Press) 

Programmer's Guide To Kotlin 2nd Printing (I Programmer Library from I/O Press)  

 

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