Scala on Android Parcelable with circe
As of version 4.0.0, Soap is no more than a simple wrapper around circe (a Scala JSON library). It allows to easily read/write from/to
SharedPreference as long as the appropriate circe codecs are in scope.
In previous versions of Soap, the library provided its own codec generation framework. As I spent more and more time working with circe, I realised how superior its codec derivation is and that I will not be able to provide and maintain anything nearly as good. I therefore decided to migrate Soap to circe. It might not be the fastest or memory optimized way of solving inter-process-communication (IPC), but it does provide the greatest development experience.
You can only use Soap to read data, if it has also been written with Soap. Reading form external Bundles (e.g. from a Notification) does not work, because the format differs.
libraryDependencies += "io.taig.android" %% "soap" % "4.1.0"
import io.taig.android.soap.implicits._ import io.taig.android.soap.Bundle val bundle = Bundle( 2 ) .write( "foo", 42 ) .write( "bar", "foobar" ) bunlde.read[Int]( "foo" ) // Some( 42 ) bunlde.read[String]( "bar" ) // Some( "foobar" ) bunlde.read[Int]( "bar" ) // None bunlde.read[String]( "foobar" ) // None import android.content.Intent val intent = new Intent() .write( "foo", 42 ) .write( "bar", "foobar" ) intent.read[Int]( "foo" ) // Some( 42 ) import android.preference.PreferenceManager val preferences = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences( ??? ) .write( "foo", 42 ) .write( "bar", "foobar" ) preferences.read[Int]( "foo" ) // Some( 42 )
See the circe documentation to find out more about codec generation.