This repository contains a set of Android Studio projects to help you learn about Compose in Android. Each sample contains the code for a specific Compose codelab.
For more information about Jetpack Compose, please read the documentation
Go hands-on and learn the fundamentals of declarative UI, working with state, layouts and theming.
Learn how to implement real-world designs with the composables and modifiers that Compose provides out of the box.
Understand patterns for working with state in a declarative world by building a Wellness application.
Go hands on with Compose’s implementation of Material Design to understand how to theme an application’s colors, typography and shapes and support light and dark themes.
Understand how Jetpack Compose and View-based UIs can co-exist and interact, making it easy to adopt Compose at your own pace.
Learn how to use Jetpack Compose Animation APIs.
Learn how to use the Jetpack Navigation library in Compose, navigate within your application, navigate with arguments, support deep-links, and test your navigation.
Learn about testing Jetpack Compose UIs. Write your first tests, and learn about testing in isolation, debugging tests, the semantics tree, and test synchronization.
Learn about the various ways to improve an app’s accessibility. Increase touch target sizes, add content descriptions, create custom actions, and more.
Learn how to build adaptive apps for phones, tablets and foldables with Jetpack Compose. Improve reachability and ergonomics of your app with Material navigation components.
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