Kotlin Flow for Android Development Crash Course
In this crash course, you will learn the basics of using Kotlin Flows in Android Applications.
Kotlin Flow Crash Course:
- 00:00 Section Introduction
- 02:25 What is a Flow?
- 17:05 Reactive Programming
- 20:52 Starting our first Flow Use Case
- 30:42 Basic Flow Builders
- 43:22 Exposing a Flow in our DataSource
- 50:40 Displaying the stock list on the screen
- 53:40 Basic Terminal operators
- 01:11:00 Terminal operator “launchIn”
- 01:20:10 Using “launchIn()” in UseCase1
- 01:22:28 Lifecycle Operators
- 01:37:15 Terminal operator “asLiveData”
- 02:01:12 Basic Intermediate Operators
- 02:18:28 Exercise: Intermediate Operators
- 02:24:10 Exercise Solution
- 02:40:22 Section Recap
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