Google’s Jetpack Compose toolkit for the Android mobile platform has moved to a beta stage of release.
The declarative UI toolkit is designed to speed up the process of building native apps across Android platforms. Declarative Kotlin APIs are featured for building responsive apps with less code
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With the Jetpack Compose beta, the developers have focused on ensuring API completeness and that all foundational APIs are in place. Work will continue on stabilizing the APIs. The beta is supported by the latest Canary release of Android Studio Arctic Fox IDE .
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