MVI architecture for Android with XML layouts

Learn MVI – Model View Intent – Architecture with XML layouts. We use MVVM, Coroutines, Retrofit, Glide and Kotlin

In this course we discuss the MVI – Model View Intent – architecture for Android development.

What you’ll learn

  • Android Architectures.
  • MVI Architecture.
  • MVVM Architecture.
  • Android development.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 4 lectures • 26min.
  • MVI –> 10 lectures • 57min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 1min.

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Requirements

  • Android development knowledge.

In this course we discuss the MVI – Model View Intent – architecture for Android development.

The MVI Architecture is the newest iteration in the MVX types or architectures for Android, and brings with it a few different benefits. Most importantly, user interaction traceability, system state predictability and ultimately, improved scalability and testability.

As an Android developer, it’s important to stay up to date with the latest developments.

This architecture has distinct advantages and disadvantages that are important to know when deciding whether to implement it in your application. In addition, it’s important to be able to discuss it in an Android interview, where you might be judged on whether or you have heard of it.

In this course, we will go through a theoretical description of Android architectures in general, such as MVC – Model View Controller, MVP – Model View Presenter and MVVM – Model View ViewModel. Finally we will see what the new MVI Architecture brings to the table.

We will also implement the knowledge we learned in a practical application. We will build an app that retrieves a list of animals from a backend api, and displays it in a list in the application. The application will showcase how to use the MVI architecture in a simple case, so that it’s easier to understand.

This is also an excellent project course for someone who wants to sharpen their Android development skills.

So sign up today and let’s learn about the MVI architecture as it applies to Android development.

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