Asynchronous, using coroutines and Flow, type safe and easy to use. What are we talking about? Well, DataStore! Join us in this MAD Skills series on Jetpack DataStore, a safer and simpler replacement for SharedPreferences. You’ll learn all about why you should make the switch, how and when to use DataStore and how to migrate your existing code. You’ll also see where DataStore fits into your app’s architecture, how to handle errors and of course, how to test it. Let’s find out why DataStore is our preferred way to store data!
- DataStore – MAD Skills
- Introduction to DataStore
- Preferences DataStore
- Proto DataStore
- DataStore: Best practices
- DataStore: Best practices (part 2)
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