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DroidKaigi 2019 official Android app CircleCI

DroidKaigi 2019 is a conference tailored for developers on 7th and 8th February 2019.

You can install the prodution app via Get it on Google Play.

And also, you can try the binary under development built on master branch through Try it on your device via DeployGate

NOTE: Google Play Protect will show a warning dialog on some of devices when installing the current apk. The detailed specification of Google Play Protect is not public so we cannot address this matter. Please ignore the dialog for now. If you cannot install this apk without any error message, please disable Google Play Protect from Google Play Store's menus. Sorry for the inconvenience.


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  • View conference schedule and details of each session
  • Set notification for upcoming sessions on your preference
  • Search sessions and speakers and topics
  • Show Information Feed


We always welcome any and all contributions! See for more information

We would be happy if you ran the command below before sending pull requests to install git hooks. Thanks.



  • Android Studio 3.4 Beta 3 and higher. You can download it from this page.
  • Android Studio Kotlin Plugin v1.3.20-release-Studio

Check out following status.

  • Use recent version of Android Studio Kotlin Plugin

Preferences > Languages & Frameworks > Kotlin Updates

Older versions of the Kotlin plugin may cause build failures. If you still have a trouble after upgrading the plugin, please try using AndroidStudio 3.4 instead.

  • Disable Instant Run

Preferences > Build, Execution, Deployment > Instant Run > Uncheck Enable Instant Run

Development Environment

Multi module project

We separate the modules for each feature.


You can check generated module dependency diagram

Unidirectional data flow(Flux-based) Architecture

Unidirectional data flow(Flux-based) Architecture with Kotlin Coroutines and AndroidX Libraries(LiveData, ViewModel, Room) DataBinding, Dagger and AssistedInject, Firebase etc.

Kotlin Multiplatform Project

You can check the iOS application.

The API and Model parts are shared as Kotlin Multiplatform, written in Kotlin, and the other part is written in Swift.

You can check How to build for iOS Application


By using Groupie you can simplify the implementation around RecyclerView.

class SpeakerItem @AssistedInject constructor(
    @Assisted val speaker: Speaker, // Inject by AssistedInject
    val navController: NavController // Inject by Dagger
) : BindableItem<ItemSpeakerBinding>() {
    interface Factory {
        fun create(
            speaker: Speaker
        ): SpeakerItem

    override fun getLayout(): Int = R.layout.item_speaker

    override fun bind(itemBinding: ItemSpeakerBinding, position: Int) {
        itemBinding.speakerText.text =

We use AssistedInject for creating item.

    @Inject lateinit var speakerItemFactory: SpeakerItem.Factory
        val speakerItems = session
            .map { speakerItemFactory.create(it) }


Unidirectional data flow(Flux-based) Architecture with Kotlin Coroutines and AndroidX Libraries(LiveData, ViewModel, Room) DataBinding, dependency injection, Firebase etc.

Activity/Fragment -> Action Creator


Fragments just call Action Creator's method.

class SessionPagesFragment : DaggerFragment() {
    @Inject lateinit var announcementActionCreator: AnnouncementActionCreator
    override fun onActivityCreated(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {

Action Creator <-> DB / API and Action Creator -> dispatcher


Action Creator fetches data from DB / API with Kotlin Coroutines suspend function. And Action Creator dispatches data loaded action and loading state changed actions.

class AnnouncementActionCreator @Inject constructor(
    override val dispatcher: Dispatcher,
    val firestore: Firestore,
    @PageScope val lifecycle: Lifecycle
) : CoroutineScope by lifecycle.coroutineScope,
    ErrorHandler {

    fun load() = launch {
        try {
            // fetch announcement by Kotlin Coroutines suspend function
        } catch (e: Exception) {

Actions are just data holder class.

sealed class Action {
    class AnnouncementLoadingStateChanged(val loadingState: LoadingState) : Action()
    class AnnouncementLoaded(val announcements: List<Announcement>) : Action()

Dispatcher -> Store


Store subscribe dispatcher's action with Kotlin Coroutines channel and transform it to AndroidX LiveData. This store is a ViewModel. But if the store is used by the whole application(ex: UserStore), you can change the store to a singleton.

class AnnouncementStore @Inject constructor(
    dispatcher: Dispatcher
) : Store() {
    val loadingState: LiveData<LoadingState> = dispatcher
        .map { it.loadingState }
        .toLiveData(this, LoadingState.LOADING)
    val announcements: LiveData<List<Announcement>> = dispatcher
        .map { it.announcements }
        .toLiveData(this, listOf())

Store -> Activity/Fragment


In the fragment, we can observe Store's LiveData. You can display the UI with LiveData.

    override fun onActivityCreated(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
        announcementStore.loadingState.changed(viewLifecycleOwner) {
            // apply loading state for progress bar
            progressTimeLatch.loading = it == LoadingState.LOADING
        announcementStore.announcements.changed(viewLifecycleOwner) { announcements ->
            // we can show UI with announcements


Thank you for contributing!


This project uses some modern Android libraries and source codes.



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