Learn how to implement a photo-capturing functionality with CameraX in your Android Jetpack Compose Android app. In this tutorial, we build up on one of my previous videos, where I showed you how to create an in-app camera preview with Jetpack Compose. In this video, I’ll guide you through the steps to extend the code base of that video to finally create a simple photo app with Jetpack Compose.
🚀 What You’ll Learn:
- How to extend the Jetpack Compose CameraX example
- Integrating CameraX with Jetpack Compose
- Extending camera functionality to capture and correcting images
Contents of this video
- 00:00 – Intro
- 00:44 – Revisit of the Camera Preview code base
- 01:40 – How To Capture a photo with CameraX
- 02:57 – Correcting the output image
- 04:40 – MediaStore storage
- 08:05 – Tryout
- 09:33 – Capturing Photos
- 08:34 – Conclusion
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