It's day 2 of my job finding journey.
I started implementing a simple app using Android Architecture Components, Dagger and Kotlin.
Demo Android app with the new Android Jetpack
I didn't know Dagger 2 has come such a long way since I last learned to use it.
There's a whole new module called dagger.android, explicitly designed to reduce boilerplate Dagger code on Android projects.
View models now have a new trick called
SavedStateHandle to reduce boilerplate while handling app state.
Turns out injecting a
SavedStateHandle to a view model isn't straightforward. There's a lot to setup.
Currently, I'm stuck in making that work.
I'm going to take a step back and get accustomed to this new
dagger.android module, first.
Then, I'm going to set up
SavedStateHandle injection using Dagger in my app.
When all this is done, I'll be working on implementing & caching a single API call to show cool elephant profiles.
Any tips to guide me through this?
I'm looking out for a job for the role of Android Engineer. I have over 3.5 years of experience, and either a career in Bangalore or a Remote job works for me.