Using ButterKnife with Kotlin

Butterknife is a simple but fantastic tool for Android development. When this was introduced, it really simplified my thought process regarding view bindings in my activities, fragments, or view holders. As Kotlin adoption grew, Jake Wharton (creator of ButterKnife) also created KotterKnife, for┬ákotlin-esque view bindings. KotterKnife isn’t bad, but I prefer the annotation syntax of […]

Android – Pending Intents

So you’ve been working with Android for weeks now, and you’ve all but mastered the ability to start a new activity with an intent. Here’s the kicker – There’s far more to Intents than starting a new activity when a user clicks a button, and today I’ll share my knowledge of pending intents. Note: This […]