guide-to-kotlin VS InstaMaterial

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guide-to-kotlin

[GUIDE] This tutorial assumes all you know is Java, but you want to learn Kotlin. (by Zhuinden)

InstaMaterial

Implementation of Instagram with Material Design (originally based on Emmanuel Pacamalan's concept) (by frogermcs)
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guide-to-kotlin

Posts with mentions or reviews of guide-to-kotlin. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-03-30.

InstaMaterial

Posts with mentions or reviews of InstaMaterial. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-01-01.
  • What Should A Junior Focus On?
    2 projects | /r/androiddev | 1 Jan 2021
    Google has created like 7 different ways to build the same thing out of which 6+-1 are deprecated, either code-wise or due to obsolescence (and things that just should be deprecated instead of pushed ahead forcefully) so now what a Junior needs to know is solid Android fundamentals (Activity, Fragment, UI basics, RecyclerView, FrameLayout, LinearLayout, ConstraintLayout, etc), networking fundamentals and Retrofit, relational DB fundamentals, threading fundamentals, Java/Kotlin fundamentals, UI fundamentals, localization / string resources and drawables on Android, merge layouts and styleables, styles, Fragments, RecyclerView, am I repeating myself
  • What Do You Love And Hate About Android
    2 projects | /r/androiddev | 29 Dec 2020
    I actually was thinking of Telegram initially as it's kind of a meme at this point, but at least in the "ChatActivity" code that extends BaseFragment that in reality is just a view, it actually holds a sense of intent and structure, even if it grew beyond its limits due to lack of proper composition (see compound viewgroups as a possibility).

What are some alternatives?

When comparing guide-to-kotlin and InstaMaterial you can also consider the following projects:

PopularMovies - :movie_camera: Movie discovery app showcasing Android best practices with Google's recommended architecture: MVVM + Repository + Offline support + Android Architecture Components + Paging library & Retrofit2.

TurtlePlayer - A Free, Fully Fledged, Open-Source Music Player for Android

ForkHub - GitHub client for Android based on the abandoned official app

Bourbon - An MVP Dribbble client for Android Mobile, Tablet, Wear and TV.

News-Android-App - 📱🗞️ Android client for the Nextcloud news/feed reader app

wechat - A High Copy WeChat ,SNS APP (高仿微信)

DMPlayer - DMPLayer is an Android music player prototype

clean-status-bar - Tidy up your Android status bar before taking screenshots for the Play Store

WordPress-Android - WordPress for Android

Etar Calendar - Android open source calendar

FlyRefresh - The implementation of https://dribbble.com/shots/2067564-Replace

Material NavigationView for Android 📱 - 📱 Android Library to implement Rich, Beautiful, Stylish 😍 Material Navigation View for your project with Material Design Guidelines. Easy to use.