Perhaps I've missed it somewhere but how would I go about getting involved in the development of Compose? Is it (easily) possible for someone from outside? 🙂
11/07/2019, 9:06 AM
Option1: you can try Compose out with the new Android Studio 4 and the right atrifacts.
Option2: compile the support framework with compose by yourself
The UI team really takes anyone's feedback either on this channel or the issuetracker.
I don't know anything about if they accept any code contribution at the moment. Maybe someone else can clarify it from the team
@Louis Pullen-Freilich [G] If I would like to start, reading the guidelines of course being the first step, what would you say would be a good first step? 😄 Looking at bugs and trying if I can fix some?
Louis Pullen-Freilich [G]
11/07/2019, 1:52 PM
Yeah, there's a bug component here: http://issuetracker.google.com/issues?q=componentid:612128%20status:open
which has some bugs, but realistically most of these are either large scoped features / depend on other things that are changing a lot.
So might be hard to contribute right now, but if you notice anything that seems wrong / like a small fix, feel free to just upload a change / create a bug and mention that you would be interested in working on this.
11/07/2019, 2:06 PM
I think we're going to start tracking more work items in the issue tracker over the next month or so, so it might become easier to do this soon 🙂