Android Jetpack Compose Logbook— Day 1

7th March 2021

  • It is up to the developer to display the same composable on the preview with the one that will be used on the actual activity. A host composable would easily solve this problem though.
  • It is required to “Build & Refresh” the preview every time and it takes around 10 seconds. (I guess this will be enhanced with the following android studio versions.)
  • The design part is not displaying the whole screen but just the part that is defined. So what you see on the screen when you run the app is not previewed. (at least by default. maybe there is a way for that.)

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