Getting Help with Doppl

Our objective is to make Doppl easy to try out. The more complicated your app, the more likely it is that you will have questions about how to work with Doppl and get the best results.

Keeping Up with Updates

The biggest thing is to make sure that you are up to date with the latest Doppl, including the Gradle plugin version and the runtime version.

You can follow @doppllib on Twitter or subscribe to a low-frequency mailing list to be notified when updates are available.

There is also a Medium blog that you can subscribe to in order to learn about major events in the world of Doppl.

Complex Questions: Stack Overflow

If you run into problems using Doppl, the first place to turn is the doppl Stack Overflow tag and see if your question has already been asked and has an answer.

If your question is not there, ask it! Please follow Stack Overflow’s site rules for what are good questions and what questions are… less good for their site.

Interactive Questions: Slack

You may come up with questions that:

For those, you can request to join the Doppl Slack group. In particular, the #newbiehelp channel is a good place to ask basic Doppl questions.

Filing Issues

If you are encountering problems with Doppl, please use some of the above options for getting assistance. If there, the conclusion is that you have encountered a bug in Doppl, you can file an issue on one of the GitHub repositories:

If you have ideas for improvements to Doppl, feel free to file feature requests via the issue tracker at those repositories. If you are not certain which repository is the correct one to use, join the Slack group and ask on the #feedback or #general channels.