Learning Jetpack Compose - is it ok or over-engineered?

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  • codelab-android-compose

    I'm going through Compose tutorials on developer.android.com, one specific example is a TODO application (github) which demonstrates state management.

  • I've just started re-creating videos for my Android course for Johns Hopkins, updating to teach Compose. If you're interested, you can see the content at https://gitlab.com/stanchfield-android-development-2021-refresh/android-development. (I've only completed through week 5 so far. Note that I have a Kotlin primer in there, but for the most part, my students learn Kotlin by seeing it in use during the videos, which are mostly me writing code and explaining it as I do so)

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