• Giorgos Neokleous

    Giorgos Neokleous

    3 years ago
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    romainguy

    3 years ago
    I forgot to announce it on Twitter 🤔
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    Giorgos Neokleous
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  • kioba

    kioba

    3 years ago
    is there a way to diverge a layout with specific receivers? An example is like Scaffold in Flutter

    https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1600/1*jZdYRvtKllXu0h0FiGG9Vw.png

    . where the AppBar, Body, and BottomNavBar are specified receivers for a Widget and Scaffold provides behaviour for them.
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    Manuel Vivo
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    romainguy

    3 years ago
    @miha-x64 Why do you think that? I'm curious to hear what we could improve
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    miha-x64
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  • Tristan Caron

    Tristan Caron

    3 years ago
    Compose doesn’t seem to be really tight to Android. I might be wrong, but we could probably “just” change a rendering function to make it able to draw on a different canvas. I perfectly understand it’s certainly not the priority but it’s cool to think that in the future it might be possible.
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    Fudge
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    romainguy

    3 years ago
    We have ideas and prototypes for ConstraintLayout in Compose
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    Matej Drobnič

    3 years ago
    I was just messing around with creating a slidable drawer with
    ViewDragHelper
    and noticed that this code has a lot of state and calbacks interacting with each other (for example see all the touch callbacks in
    androidx.drawerlayout.widget.DrawerLayout
    from androidx). I cannot fanthem how could such monstrosity be implemented with just composable functions. Will there be a way to create classes for views or some other way to properly manage complex views like this?
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    kioba
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    Vladimir Ivanov

    3 years ago
    Does Jetpack Compose has a SeekBar or Slider component? Can't find one =(
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    Vladimir Ivanov

    3 years ago
    Another question: Any plans on returning a component instead of Unit for the sake of unit tests? Like described here: https://blog.karumi.com/android-jetpack-compose-review/
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    Loránd

    3 years ago
    Maybe i missed this but will there be any live preview window for compose in studio? similar to apples canvas in xcode for swift ui.
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