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  1. An offline-first application in Jetpack Compose with MVVM architecture, representing a minimalistic implementation of Top Stories API.

    Kotlin 95 14

  2. Pix is a Whatsapp image picker replica. with this, you can integrate an image picker just like WhatsApp.

    Kotlin 658 186

  3. Paper Public

    A minimal notes application in Jetpack Compose with MVVM architecture. Built with components like DataStore, Coroutines, ViewModel, LiveData, Room, Navigation-Compose, Coil, koin etc.

    Kotlin 64 11

  4. DrawBox Public

    DrawBox is a multi-purpose tool to draw anything on canvas, written completely on jetpack compose.

    Kotlin 22 2

  5. BubbleTabBar is a bottom navigation bar with customizable bubble-like tabs

    Kotlin 431 53

  6. Oblique Public

    With Oblique explore new styles of displaying images

    Java 642 111

1,121 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to akshay2211/JetAlarm, akshay2211/NYTimes-Compose, akshay2211/DrawBox and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

January 2022

Created a pull request in akshay2211/Paper that received 1 comment

Feature/doodle screen

+374 −227 1 comment
Opened 12 other pull requests in 4 repositories
akshay2211/DrawBox 8 merged
akshay2211/Paper 2 merged
akshay2211/akshay2211.github.io 1 merged
akshay2211/NYTimes-Compose 1 merged
Opened 4 issues in 3 repositories
akshay2211/Paper 2 open
akshay2211/DrawBox 1 closed
akshay2211/NYTimes-Compose 1 open
20 contributions in private repositories Jan 5 – Jan 17

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