Use of WorkManager in Android App (Part-4)

Welcome to the fourth post of our WorkManager series.

In this blog post, I’ll cover:

  1. Custom Work Manager configuration with Types of Worker classes
  2. Work Manager Threading

1. Custom WorkManager Configuration

By default, WorkManager configures itself automatically when your app starts, using reasonable options that are suitable for most apps. If you require more control of how WorkManager manages and schedules work, you can customize…

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Senior Software Engineer | Android | Java | Kotlin|Xamarin Native Android|Flutter

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