Kotlin’s Timing API is stable as of Kotlin 1.9, and it offers some great ways to both measure and specify time. In this video, we’ll take a tour through the main features of this API so that you can start using durations and time marks like a pro!
- 00:00 Introduction
- 00:11 Basic Time Measurement
- 02:57 All About Durations
- 04:17 Durations – Creating By Hand
- 05:56 Durations – Getting Values
- 07:34 Durations – Components
- 09:16 Durations – ISO 8601 Strings
- 10:36 Advanced Time Measurement
- 13:15 Time Sources
- 14:48 TestTimeSource
- 16:12 Wrap-up
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