Ktor server for beginners – Login & Authentication – Part 1

Level: Beginner In the previous lesson we learned how to store files and provide them as static content, at the moment anyone with access to our server’s address can add or delete fruits and while this might sound convenient we want to know who added what so we know who to blame when we see […]

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Ktor server for beginners – MongoDB (Part 2 – queries)

Level: Beginner Welcome back!, in the previous lesson we learned how to setup our mongoDB and how to add, read, update and delete documents from our collections, in this lesson we are going to learn how to make queries to filter and sort our documents!. Sorting data To sort the list of documents returned by

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Ktor server for beginners – sending and receiving data

Level: Beginner Ktor is a lightweight and high-performance framework for building asynchronous servers and clients in Kotlin. It provides an easy-to-use and intuitive API for creating web applications, microservices, and other types of network applications. With its simple and concise syntax, Ktor allows developers to quickly create and deploy robust and scalable applications with minimal

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How to use Hilt for dependency injection in your Android projects

Difficulty: Intermediate What is Dependency Injection? dependency injection is a design pattern in which an object or function receives other objects or functions that it depends on.[1] But what is a dependency injection library? dependency injection libraries like Dagger 2 or Hilt, are used in projects to reduce boilerplate code and have all the benifits

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Bottom navigation bar setup tutorial – Android [XML]

Difficulty: Beginner Implementing Bottom navigation on android can be a tricky task, since there isn’t clear instructions on how it can be implemented properly, in this article we are going to implement the material design ‘bottom navigation view’ with multiple back stacks that preserve their state when switching between different screens. Setup To use bottom

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