Just an app with lame dad jokes content to fill up your day.
- Feed walks you through the latest dad jokes,
- Browse back seen jokes & share your favorite ones,
- Notification to remind you up with latest available jokes,
- Light/ Dark theme based on preference.
- App Startup – Orchestrating single ContentProvider at startup.
- Coroutines – Performing asynchronous code with sequential manner.
- Dagger Hilt – The DI framework w/ Jetpack integration.
- DataStore – Preferences in nutshell with coroutines support.
- Flow – Reactive streams based on coroutines, just like Rx. But simpler.
- Fragment – The UI host.
- JavaPoet – Personal diff-state engine printer.
- Lifecycle – Android’s component lifecycle teams up with coroutines.
- Navigation component – The key player for adopting single-activity architecture with ease.
- SQLDelight – ORM for SQLite database, Multiplatform. Also, try out its integration with Database Inspector.
- View Binding – Providing safe access to view.
- ViewModel – Presenter with its semi data persistence behavior.
- WorkManager – Background job scheduler. You should also try out its integration with WorkManager Inspector.
- BottomSheetDialogFragment – As the name suggests.
- ConcatAdapter – Helping me group
ViewHolderbased on types in isolation.
- ConstraintLayout – Helping me manage positioning & alignment with ease.
- Lottie – Providing animation asset.
- Material Components – Helping me present Material Design.
- MotionLayout – Animating view has never been easier.
- ViewPager2 – Personal option over
RecyclerViewwhen dealing snapping UX.
ListAdapter w/ every visible cell (
ViewHolder) is reactive. Cell acts like observer of data they hold, so it will auto-refresh if their related data is updated.
- RenderExecutor Processor
RenderWithannotation. Diff-state engine generator for rendering view component.
- Apollo GraphQL – Client for requesting GraphQL API, Multiplatform.
- Espresso – Android UI tests.
- Hilt Testing – For swapping production dependencies with test doubles.
- Truth – Assertion framework in tests by Google.
- Firebase Crashlytics – Collecting crash report for production environment.
- LeakCanary (Debug) – Memory leak detector.
- StrictMode (Debug) – Tool for checking if any should-be-background operation is done on main thread.
Dads is ready to support multiplatform with the Clean Architecture concept for project structure (
JVM, JS, or Native, He is just waiting your implementation of presentation part!
Moreover, view components are rendered based on their related changed states only performed by diff-state engine, so the render operation is done more efficiently.
- Elegant Objects (EO).
- O.L.I.D, where’s the S?
- The Clean Architecture.
- Cursor-based pagination over offset-based.
- Black-box/ behavior-driven testing with
UIas the sole SUT (very recommended read and talk).
- No mocking framework! Only fake type as test double, if required.
Jokes are requested from proprietary GraphQL service, the Dads-Engine. Check it out 🔥
How to run
- Since this project employs GraphQL stack, you need to download the schema first:
- Go to hosted GraphQL Playground,
- Open tab
SCHEMAat the right side.
- Put the
- Or you can run this command as alternative.
./gradlew downloadApolloSchema --endpoint="https://dads-engine.herokuapp.com" --schema="data/remote/src/commonMain/graphql/com/bael/dads/data/remote/schema.json"
keys.propertiesfile (located in project root folder):
- Have fun!
After went through How to run section but you still get a “Service issue” state, hit
TRY AGAIN? a couple of times until success. That’s because I host data to the server with basic free plan – potato spec, well, it’s just for research purpose anyway 😂.
Let’s get in touch if you’re interested in contributing. Explain what’s the issue, submit your PR via Fork.
Also feel free to request features, or any kind of your support (join stargazers ⭐️ | treat me coffee 😁).
Those wonder what’s next, check out my planned Roadmap by GitHub project board.