Is there anything that you’d like to see on Caster.IO that we do not have already? If so, please comment here.
Hi Donn, I like to see some tutorials about some topics in Computer Science, like Algorithms, Data Structure, etc…
I am new to this website and I have been thinking to buy a yearly subscription. The lessons here are really top notch and would help me to solve many practical problems of mine.
But recently I have been assigned to a Flutter project and have been working on the framework heavily so I would like see some Flutter lesson addressing real world problem, for insurance, state management with bloC pattern.
@mohammedalaa545 thanks for the recommendation, we’ll consider some of these topics.
We have an instructor working on a Flutter course right now actually. Stay tuned …
A course on Kotlin Coroutines would be really nice now that it’s stable. I hope you can put it together!
We are definitely working on that Albert.
I would like to see in-depth course on
Code organization in an Android project.
Hi @donnfelker, I agree with @mohammedalaa545. Related to this topic the course could be also focused on an Android Dev job interview, like most commons questions, solving problems exercises (Algorithms…), Android framework fundamentals questions, etc…
I wasn’t a fan of the MVVM course that was created by Eric Maxwell. I felt like it was way below the quality of the other courses on Caster.io and I was really disappointed that the project chosen was to create a “tip calculator” app.
Is there any chance we could get another course with a different perspective of MVVM using relevant technologies such as Dagger2, Retrofit, RxJava/Coroutines, and other jet pack goodies? And please make the project more intriguing. I really enjoyed Joe Birch’s course on Clean Architecture and I’d love to see his take on the MVVM architecture.
Workmanager would be great to have a course on as well.
Also, I’d really enjoy a course on the Navigation component.
Better yet, have all of these included in a new MVVM course!
Any updates on the course on Coroutines @donnfelker ? Any ETA? Want to use them and will probably save me some time in learning how to use them
No update just yet. We had a problem with the course that we had. We’re working on a new one now.
Hey there, I’m surprised to hear this. In fact, this is the first negative criticism of the course I’ve heard (I’m not joking).
Making a project “more intriguing” is subjective, in my opinion. I might find a weight tracker for fitness intriguing while you find a project management app more your style. Its hard to find something that fits the bill for everyone. We try to ensure that we teach a concept as best possible, irregardless of the content.
That said, if you could change 3 things in this course, what would they be?
How should we break big project in modules based on feature.
similar to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrnhIgFzgns&=
I’d rather wait until 1.3 has been released. (Currently still at 1.3.0-M1). The reason for this is that the next release will (hopefully) include Kotlin Flows out of an experimental stage, so I would expect to see those in the course if released. The full support for cold streams will bring it closer to RxJava, so it would be a perfect time to start adopting coroutines in new Kotlin projects as a replacement of rx.
In terms of the course content, I’d like to see this implemented in MVVM architecture. A perfect candidate would be a multiple network call with transformation, local caching and some background operations on the way.
Hi. I’d like to see courses related to:
- A project that combines ViewModel, LiveData, Databinding and MVI.
- About modularization and dynamic features on Android.
- Unit Test with Robolectric 4 plus Espresso [using isolated Fragments/Activities]
Thank you for the great job you’re doing.
Hey, it would be nice a flutter course
Id like to see transcripts of the lesson…so i can quickly search the transcript to see if the video covers what I am interested in before watching the video
A new MVVM course with refreshed contents like Coroutines,Dagger, and Jetpack components will be a great addition to existing courses.