Author/Developer Relations Engineer Nick Butcher
Last month, Android Developer Summit to Jetpack Compose brought many exciting update , including Google's new design language Material by You , Compose has been providing support for their. If you miss something, you can paper an overview of exciting content, can Click here view fascinating content of the video.
new version: Jetpack Compose 1.1 Beta and compose-material 3
We released Jetpack Compose 1.1 Beta . This means that the new API in 1.1 is now stable and can provide you with new features and performance improvements. 1.1 Added some new features, such as optimized focus processing, touch target value, "ImageVector" cache and support for Android 12 stretch scrolling. Compose 1.1 also allows many previous experimental APIs to transition to a stable stage and supports the new version of Kotlin. We have updated the example , Codelab and Accompanist development library for use with Compose 1.1.
We released compose-material 3 . This is a brand new work piece that uses Jetpack Compose to build Material You UI. It can provide updated components and color system , including support for dynamic color matching , so developers can create personalized wallpapers based on the user's color palette plate. This is our first Alpha version. You are share your feedback with us 161acc5ed27d40. We will continue to add new features and iterate the API. Welcome to the new m3.material.io website to learn more about Material Design 3 and find tools that help you design and build with dynamic color matching, such as Material Theme Builder . Click here watch the video for more details.
More Jetpack Compose guides and documentation
We released a lot of technical sharing about Jetpack Compose, discussed in depth the layout, animation and status, showed how to use Compose in Wear OS, home screen widgets and large screen devices, and held 3 Code- Alongs activity ; allows you to write your first Compose application in real time, migrate existing applications or use Compose on Wear OS. Finally, we held a symposium, and answered associated with Jetpack Compose and Material at the meeting everyone most concerned about. Click here watch the video for more details.
Android Studio Bumblebee tool update
At the Android Developer Summit, Android Studio Bumblebee has been announced to enter the Beta version, which can provide richer support for Jetpack Compose, including:
- interactive preview enabled by default.
- layout checker supports Jetpack Compose or hybrid UI, and can also provide check semantics function.
Android Studio Chipmunk Canary Edition also introduces new templates for Compose and (view-based) Material 3 applications.
Finally, we preemptively introduce some new tools for designing relay (Handoff), enabling you to export the components designed in Figma to generate generic Jetpack Compose code. You can iterate the design and introduce new changes, and safely edit the generated code. We are looking for a small team to work directly with. If you are interested, register for .
Jetpack Compose has released a stable version for everyone to use in a production environment. It is great to see more and more applications start to use Jetpack Compose in the production environment. We will continue to build our functional roadmap so that you can use Compose to build excellent applications across devices. You are welcome to continue to follow the "Android Developer" WeChat official account to learn more about the latest content.
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