Objectbox using Kotlin

Hello guys, today we are going to learn about something different. The database. When developing applications, we might be faced with various challenges like building applications with offline capabilities, or even building hybrid apps that can run either online or offline, or even being able to save our users data and make it available to […]

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Mock Final Classes on Kotlin using Mockito 2

One of the most common issues for Kotlin, as we talked about in a previous article, is that all classes and functions are closed by default. This means that if you want to mock a class (something that may be quite common in Java testing), you need to either open it with the reserved keyword open, or […]

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Unit Tests in Kotlin

Hello guys, welcome to this weeks post. Today we are going to learn how to do Unit Tests in Kotlin. Of course, Kotlin also allows us to do unit tests in a very simple way, and very similar to what we’re used in Java. There are some small complications when we use libraries like Mockito, but we’ll see […]

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Kotlin awesome tricks

I’ve been talking a lot about Kotlin in this blog, but now that Google is also talking about Kotlin, there’s no doubt that Kotlin is much more than just an alternative for Android. Kotlin is here to stay, and I recommend you to start learning about it. Kotlin awesome tricks is an article that will show us […]

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Start Using Kotlin Today

One of the great wonders of Kotlin is that it’s fully integrated with Java. This means that although all your application code is written Java, you can create a class in Kotlin and use it from Java without any issues. This potentially gives you two advantages: You can use Kotlin in a Java project: In […]

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