About this documentation
The Scala on Android documentation is an attempt to make the subject more accessible for beginners and to provide a reliable source for information about advanced topics. This is not an easy task, given the fast pace of the Android and Scala progress. For this reason, the website tries to make it as easy as possible to spot potentially outdated information and to be updated by the community.
Most sections on this website contain a metabox which you can access via the signal reception icon to the right of the headline.
The icon illustrates a categorization of the section's content in terms of information reliability. A green, full signal reception bar indicates that the provided information are universally valid and are unlikely to become outdated. A red icon, on the opposite, indicated that the section could become outdated rather quickly.
If you click the icon the metabox pops up. Containing the date of the paragraph's last edit, you can get an even better idea of the information sustainability. Furthermore, by clicking "Edit on GitHub" you jump right into an online text editor allowing you to update a section's information.
You are highly encouraged to improve this document in every aspect. You are invited to fix typos, update outdated sections, add a topic or what else comes to your mind. By editing a file in the GitHub text editor, you will automatically create a pull request that might eventually find its way into the document.
Contribute your experience to make Scala on Android a pleasant experience for everybody.