This project is a collection of linting and inspection rules for Jetpack Compose, which prevents you from making common mistakes and helps you write better and more performant UI code. You can use this rule with either KtLint or Detekt.
In this episode, we’ll also touch on how this project started inside Twitter, and now ends up living into Nacho’s personal fork.
Enjoy the show 👨🍳
- 00.00 Intro
- 00.45 Episode Start
- 01.03 Nacho’s Introduction
- 04.21 What is compose-rules?
- 08.39 Compose Antipatterns
- 13.47 How to use compose-rules?
- 15.28 Writing custom rules
- 19.56 The Twitter drama
- 29.23 Living in a fork
- 36.09 What’s next for compose-rules?
- 42.39 Further reading
- 44.41 Where people can find you online?
- mrmans0n/compose-rules on GitHub
- Compose Rules Official Website
- Mentioned Resources:
- @mrmans0n on GitHub
- @mrmans0n on Twitter
- @nacho on Mastodon