📂A coroutine is a concurrency design pattern that you can use on Android to simplify code that executes asynchronously. Coroutines were added to Kotlin in version 1.3 and are based on established concepts from other languages.
On Android, coroutines help to solve two primary problems:
Manage long-running tasks that might otherwise block the main thread and cause your app to freeze.
Providing main-safety, or safely calling network or disk operations from the main thread.
Special guest Yonatan Levin will tell all the details of a ViewModel and what lies under the hood of these technologies.
Together with you, we will know:
👉Coroutine Context and Dispatchers
👉Shared Mutable State and Concurrency
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Android Academy team.