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Coroutines are not a new concept, but they are much abuzz in the Kotlin community. To date, many articles and talks have focused on what coroutines are and why, conceptually, they are useful. In this talk, Christina shifts the focus to how to use them via pragmatic, use case generated examples. From consuming data across the synchronous/asynchronous divide to adapting network calls, this talk aims to be a tour by example, giving audience members concrete ideas of when, and how, coroutines might make sense for their Android app.
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