Viktoriia Domukhovska


I am passionate about development of client-server applications for the Android OS. I have been working as an Android developer in Kotlin for more than 5 years.

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By Viktoriia Domukhovska
Updated: October 24, 2023

Kotlin listOf() – How to create list

This post will cover the usage of the ‘listOf()’ function for generating lists, getting elements from lists, displaying lists, and other related operations.

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
October 13, 2023

How to Create a Splash Screen in Android?

A Splash Screen on Android adds value to an app as it is the first impression for users. Creating a bespoke splash screen for your Android can set the tone of the whole user experience to come, and this article will show how to do so. 

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
September 19, 2023

Button in Android Studio

Buttons are one of the most important user interface elements in Android apps. Since a button is one of the most common controls in programming, it is the base class for the CompoundButton class and is inherited from TextView.

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
September 4, 2023

Kotlin vs Java: Which Language is Right for You?

If you’re looking for a way to boost your productivity, this article will cover the pros and cons of Kotlin and Java to help you make an informed decision. We’ll dive into the key features of each language, their performance, community support, and more to compare Kotlin vs Java.

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
August 25, 2023

Data Classes in Kotlin

Kotlin Data Class is purpose-built to streamline operations related to data, providing default functionality and convenience methods for regular data-related tasks. Let’s begin our introduction to these classes in the Kotlin language by examining the requirements for their usage.

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
Updated: August 13, 2023

How to Install Kotlin on Linux

Kotlin is a cross-platform programming language that is supported by various operating systems, including Linux. You can develop Kotlin applications on any operating system, including Linux, and run them on different platforms.

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
August 5, 2023

Kotlin Sealed Class: Exploring Powerful Abstractions

The sealed class is a unique and forced construct that lets creators designate bounded class pecking orders with a bounded bunch of subclasses. It brings additional control and flexibility to the class-based paradigm, enabling the creation of strong and expressive code. We’ll go through the concept of sealed classes in detail, including their objective, use, and privileges. 

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
July 27, 2023

Kotlin Extension Function: How to Create and Use Them

Extension functions in Kotlin allow you to add more functionality without changing the source code of existing classes. Let’s go over the basics and see how to create and use extension functions in your project.

By Viktoriia Domukhovska
Updated: August 28, 2023

How to get the class in Kotlin? – getClass()

If you’re a Kotlin developer, you may have encountered instances when you needed to access the class facility of a specific sample. In Java, you typically use the .getClass() method to obtain the class object. However, Kotlin provides a more concise and intuitive way to achieve a similar result. This article will explore different approaches to getting the class in Kotlin and understand the alternative of .getClass().

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