Pi Practice App in Compose

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  • GitHub repo Pi

    The app is still available in its original form on the Google Play Store for your pi practicing pleasure. Its sources are also available on GitHub.

  • GitHub repo Anko

    If you take a look at the repository, you'll find something rather interesting in its dependencies. It uses Anko Layouts to render some parts of its UI! This was an early, now deprecated and abandoned attempt by JetBrains to create declarative Android UI with Kotlin DSLs.

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  • GitHub repo PiCompose

    The completed app's source code is available on GitHub, so you can browse it freely while reading the article.

  • GitHub repo androidx

    Development environment for Android Jetpack extension libraries under the androidx namespace. Synchronized with Android Jetpack's primary development branch on AOSP.

    This NumberButton uses basic Compose concepts, and is based on a material OutlinedButton. It takes a modifier as an optional parameter, following the relevant section of the Jetpack Compose API Guidelines by Google (a must-read if you're writing Compose code).

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