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android architecture: Part 4: MVVM with RxJava

What is MVVM architecture? Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) is a successor of MVC, invented by Microsoft architects to apply event-driven programming to applications involving user interface (UI) (Here is the original article). Separation of concerns reaches its highest in this architecture, as the different parts of the architecture are completely separate and have minimum dependence on each… Read More »

android architecture: Part 2: MVC

This is the second article of the series on android architecture. The first part outlines the content to be discussed in the series. What is MVC architecture? The model-view-controller (MVC) has been the traditional architectural pattern for developing applications having user interface. Even though as an android architecture for developing apps, it is not much popular… Read More »

android architecture: Part 1: introduction

Scope There are many ways of writing android applications especially for simpler cases, but how they compare to each other is a question of android architecture whose answer distinguishes developers. A beginner in android development might be able to build an application that meets the same functionality as that built by an experienced developer. It… Read More »