The recent 1.1 release of Android’s declarative UI toolkit Jetpack Compose improves its accessibility, told InfoQ.

This release contains new features like improved focus handling, touch target sizing, ImageVector caching, and support for Android 12 stretch overscroll, according to publication in Android Developers Blog.

Jetpack Compose is ready for production, and continues to add other features. The team is currently working on lazy item animations, downloadable fonts, moveable content, and more.

The full details about each of the seven components that make up Jetpack Compose you can find here.

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