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Modern Android Development

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100%

Kotlin

app code in Kotlin

2020.

3.1

Android Studio

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37

Jetpack

libraries used in current project

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Modern Android Development

100% app code in Kotlin*

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New Kotlin features


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*app code excludes generated code and resources, which might not be in Kotlin.

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Modern Android Development

2020.3.1

Arctic Fox

Android Studio version currently using

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Highlighted Android Studio Features


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There’s a newer version of Android Studio available that you could be using! Visit d.android.com/studio

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37 Jetpack libraries used on current project

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Highlighted Jetpack libraries


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Modern Android Development

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Don’t be a tired mountaineer

Use app bundle to go farther and faster on your journey.

It looks like you might not be using Android App Bundles!

The app bundle is Android's official publishing format and a more efficient way to build and release your app. With it, you can more easily deliver a great experience in a smaller app size, which can improve install success and reduce uninstalls. If you’re using app bundles, but it’s not in your Android Studio project, you can see your size savings in Play Console on the app size report.

You can learn more at d.android.com/bundle