Course on MVI architecture in the context of an android application (Part 2)
CompoZoo is a Kotlin (Jetpack Compose) based application that displays a list of animals. It utilizes Retrofit to fetch data on animals and employs an MVI architecture to ensure a consistent and reliable user experience. This app offers a straightforward and intuitive experience for exploring and discovering the diverse animals of the world
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- Clone this repository and import into Android Studio
git clone https://github.com/josue-lubaki/CompoZoo.git
- Run the app
Run the app (Run > Run 'app')
- Dagger Hilt
- Kotlin Coroutines
- Jetpack Compose
CompoZoo is based on the MVI architecture. The MVI architecture is a unidirectional data flow architecture that is based on the principles of reactive programming. It is a great fit for Android development because it is easy to understand, test, and maintain. It also provides a consistent and reliable user experience.
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