Today, we’re launching version 1.0 of Jetpack Compose, Android’s modern, native UI toolkit to help you build better apps faster. It’s stable, and ready for you to adopt in production.
Our team has been developing Compose in the open with feedback and participation from the Android community for the last two years; Compose was built by developers, for developers.
Android’s Nick Butcher and Anna-Chiara Bellini tell us how Jetpack Compose was built to make it easier and faster to build beautiful apps — with way less code — so you can spend more time bringing your app to life. And we hear from Lyft’s Alex Lockwood, who talks about rewriting Lyft’s design system for their Android app, and how Jetpack Compose will be a great jump forward for Android.
To get started, we have a comprehensive set of Compose resources →
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