Android Engineering Intern Assignment(FamPay)

⭐ Description:

  • A standalone container, that displays a list of Contextual Cards
    • A Contextual Card is used to refer to a view that is rendered using json from an API
    • These views are dynamic and their properties like images, color, texts, buttons (CTAs) etc. can be changed from backend at anytime.
  • This container works completely independently of everything else, such that, we can add this to container to any fragment/activity and it will work. (Plug-and-Play component)
  • The app renders contextual cards in a list based on the API response that you get from this API
  • The design specifications for the different design types can be referenced from design specified here.
  • The design linked is only for reference for different types of design types of cards. Actual response from API will render different results.

? Functional Features:

  • Most of the deeplinks (card, CTAs, Formatted Text entities) are handled.
    • In the API, almost every component has its own url/deeplink that is used to trigger action on click.
  • On long press of Big Display Card (HC3), it slides to the right and display action buttons as per the design
    • On tapping “remind later” action on a card, it should be removed from the display. This card is shown on the next app start.
  • Implemented swipe down to refresh feature
  • Handled loading and error states
  • Functions and Classes that enabled reusablity

? Could not implement:

  • On tapping “dismiss now” action, it should be removed from the display. This card should never be visible again.

?️ Link for APK in the Repository:

Download the Apk Here.

? Sample Demo:

The Working Prototype


? Built With:

  • Android Studio.
  • Kotlin.
  • XML.
  • Glide (loading the images)
  • Retrofit (For fetching API Response)
  • Coroutines (To handle ansynchronous tasks)
  • RecyclerView
  • CardView

↙️ API Used:

? Difficulties Faced:

  • Due to limited amount to time couldn’t implement the SharedPrefernces feature to save the list of items once dismiss button is tapped

? Steps to Build locally:

  • Clone with git clone
  • Open Android Studio IDE and open the file
  • Let the Gradle Sync happen automatically and the app is built.
  • Run on Android Emulator or Physical Device connected with USB.

Developed With ? By:

Adrishyantee Maiti


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