Android Architecture

As you move further into your career as a professional Android developer, you’ll soon realize that planning out and building your apps with an overall architecture in mind, will make your life (and your teammates' lives) that much easier! In this path, you’ll work with three of the most common architectures used in modern Android development: MVI, or Model-View-Intent; MVP, or Model-View-Presenter; and MVVM, or Model-View-ViewModel.

Android Architecture

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MVI on Android
In this course, you will use RxJava to build an app using the Model-View-Intent architecture, learning about components like intents, results, and state.
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MVP on Android
In this course, you will learn how to build an Android app using the Model-View-Presenter presentation architecture pattern.
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MVVM on Android
In this course, you will learn how to build an Android app using the Model-View-ViewModel presentation architecture pattern, including testing and data binding.
After completing this learning path…

You’ll have built out apps using MVI, MVP as well as MVVM, and learned the benefits and drawbacks of each. You’ll also have covered concepts including testing, data binding, intents, results, and state.

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