And it's finally time to announce that we'll be having an in-person event again! We invite you to join us on March 3rd at Adyen in Amsterdam. Hugo Visser will talk about what dependency injection is and why it's a good idea to use in your projects and after that Timon Langlotz, technical lead at Adyen, will tell us all about the POS payments industry for Android.
What's special about this event is that we'll be allowing people to join onsite again after two years of online events! Since this is our first in-person event again we won't allow full capacity on the location to still have some social distancing in place. That's why we will also stream this event from the location for everyone that would like to attend remotely or aren't able to join because the event might be full.
Update livestream: We've removed the livestream option for now since we're still figuring out if that's feasible. If you want to attend the event RSVP on this page and/join the waitlist of it's full. If you have any questions please contact one of the organizers on Meetup or on Slack.
Location: Adyen, Rokin 1012, 1012 KS Amsterdam, Netherlands
18:00 Opening doors at Adyen with food and drinks
19:05 Hugo Visser - Android Dependency Injection in 2022
20:00 Timon Langlotz - Android in the POS Payments Industry
21:00 The end
Android Dependency Injection in 2022 - Hugo Visser
In this talk we're going to explore what dependency injection is and why it's a good idea to use in your projects.
Then we'll take a look at the two most popular dependency framework options for Android: Dagger and Koin, and talk about why Hilt exists and how it hits the sweet spot for the average Android app.
Android in the POS Payments Industry - Timon Langlotz
The Android platform has gained an increasing amount of attention from businesses for dedicated devices over the last couple of years. Especially in hospitality and retail we see a growing amount of solutions for order management, stock taking, and other business processes. But how do these devices interact with vendor specific hardware such as barcode readers and printers? And how do you keep your solution scalable and flexible for the future?
This talk will cover the following topics:
- Inter-process communication: AIDL
- Multi-vendor support: product flavors & Hilt
Timon Langlotz is a technical lead and Android software engineer at Adyen. His focus lies on building solutions for mobile all-in-one Android point of sale (POS) terminals.