Android Jetpack contains many useful libraries that are there to make our life easier and one of them is the Security library (a.k.a JetSec). In this video, you will learn how to use the AndroidX Jetpack Security library to encrypt and secure your Android app’s sensitive data.
Contents of this video:
- 0:00 – Intro
- 0:26 – What is the problem?
- 1:01 – How Jetpack Startup library works
- 2:05 – Implement the Security library for a sample app
- 5:04 – Outro
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