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Jean-Michel Fayard 🇫🇷🇩🇪🇬🇧🇪🇸🇨🇴

Nice list!

If you allow for shameless auto-promotion, I just published a repository that is specially designed to be beginner-friendly. That would be in the Kotlin section

GitHub logo LouisCAD / kotlin-libraries-playground

A playground to gain a wider and deeper knowledge of the libraries in the Kotlin ecosystem. Also the official sample for gradle refreshVersions.

Kotlin Libraries Playground

A playground to gain a wider and deeper knowledge of the libraries in the Kotlin ecosystem

Also the official sample for gradle refreshVersions

❤️ Contributors welcome! #hacktoberfest

We want to collect sample usage of Kotlin libraries, and the more the better!

You are very welcome to contribute your own library sample.

==> CONTRIBUTING.md

🤔How do you keep up with all the new stuff?

There are great resources to learn Kotlin.

But once you master the language, you are not done just yet.

You now face another challenging task: become familiar with its ecosystem of libraries.

With time, you want to both acquire:

  • a wider knowledge of what good libraries are available in the ecosystem in general
  • a deeper knowledge of some specific libraries particulary important for you

There are several inefficient ways to do that:

  • reading tutorial after tutorial and being stuck in a loop…