How to add opt-in compiler argument in build.gradle?

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  • AndroidNews

    A simple RSS feed reader app (written in Kotlin and Jetpack Compose) that currently reads my blog (Android Kotlin Weekly)'s feed.

    When I tried to use androidx.compose.ui.platform.LocalSoftwareKeyboardController in my RSS Feed Reader app, it turned out it is an @ExperimentalComposeUiApi which has this @RequiresOptIn() annotation.

  • Demo_SimpleRestAPI

    Simple REST API App Demo to show shows different HTTP client library implementations including memory and performance comparisons

    While developing this Simple REST API app, I also encountered the same issue because the APIs from com.jakewharton.retrofit2.converter.kotlinx.serialization packages are marked with @ExperimentalSerializationApi annotation, which requires me to specify [email protected]() annotation.

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