Kotlin has a concept known as sealed hierarchies (several other languages implement this feature as well). In Kotlin, we can generate a sealed hierarchy through the use of sealed classes. What are Sealed Classes? Sealed classes are basically an extension to an enum class. They offer similar functionality with a few key differences. Similarly: The […]
A companion object sits inside a class definition and houses all the static methods which that class will own. Let’s convert a piece of Java code to Kotlin so you can see what I mean.
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 kotlin-esque view bindings. KotterKnife isn’t bad, but I prefer the annotation syntax of […]