# books

Bryan L

03/06/2021, 7:42 PM
Any suggestions on a good supplement book while learning Compose & Compose for Desktop? I'm assuming one on Declarative Paradigm, MVVM/MVI, or Kotlin syntax in general might be beneficial? I would like to avoid dealing with books that focus on different logic than what will be implemented when using Compose as a framework(for now that is!). Printing out documentation is also an option. Thanks!
A bit of a broad question. Books about a tool that is used to build desktop or android apps would be perfect. I'm learning and building my projects in Kotlin + Compose & Compose for Desktop, so material that can be absorbed and used in current projects would be great! i.e. web / testing frameworks, databases, APIs, architecture, syntax, etc.


03/10/2021, 2:02 PM
Official Kotlin documentation is pretty good (especially if you have Java experience)
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