The talk Type-safe build logic with Gradle Kotlin-DSL in particular gave me the inspiration to write about a subject I have been playing with great delight recently, and even launch an IMHO neat little project that had been in the back of my mind: gradle-kotlin-dsl-libs.
Android 9.0 ("Pie") introduced a lot of new functionality. While updates in the user interface catch the most attention, some security improvements under the hood are just as interesting. We zoom in on the new APK signature scheme v3, putting it into context and discussing the new opportunities it offers.
In the last article, we discovered how Kotlin’s new, experimental inline classes feature allows us to “create the data types that we want without giving up the performance that we need.
Have you ever wanted to keep track of changes going into your Play Store listings? Are you on a big team where managing “who has access to what” is a nightmare? Or, are you perhaps managing dozens of White Label distributions?