UDEMY 2021 - Advanced Android – Architecture with Dagger 2 and more
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Learn to build production-grade Android apps, not just make them “work”
What you’ll learn
Setup a project with dependency injection using Dagger 2.
Understand RxJava and how to architect Android applications with Reactive Programming in mind.
Developing a maintainable and testable application that is easy to add new features to can be difficult. It requires thinking ahead about the architecture of your application and getting beyond the “just make it work” stage. This is something I personally find the most fun about development, however. My goal is to help you get into the same mindset and teach you about architecture patterns that will accomplish the previously mentioned items.
This course is an intermediate course, so familiarity with the Android development process will help greatly. It will move quickly, but advanced concepts will be explained thoroughly. That said, we will be building an application from the very beginning, so by following along, no matter what your skill level, you will be able to complete this course and have a fully functioning Android app with the kind of architecture that you would hope to see in an enterprise level project. That’s not to say that all companies have applications with great architecture (if only we developers could be so lucky), but after this course you will be able to identify if a project doesn’t—and have an idea on how to fix it!
Here are some of the things you will learn in this course:
In regards to the MVP / MVVM architecture point:
The classic software architecture patterns are baseline frameworks attempting to describe how layers of your software communicate with each other. It is important to remember that forming the patterns to what works best for you is the key; as long as you follow basic software architecture principles, any architecture is a good architecture! In this course you will learn how using Reactive View Models with Presenters can help you separate responsibilities and make your application much easier to test.
With all that said I’m excited to get started showing you how to create applications that will make your life, and those of the developers following you, easier and more enjoyable!
Who this course is for:
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