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Learn Clean Architecture and SOLID principles with this new course on Android development and Kotlin.

Most tutorials and how to’s show you the basics of app building, but they don’t show you how to use the latest technologies and libraries.

Most projects and jobs require you to know how to use the latest libraries. This is what this course is all about.

The purpose of this course is to give you a practical example of how to use Clean architecture, all while building a simple example app.

We will learn about:

Clean Architecture

Components and layers

SOLID principles

MVVM

Applying Clean architecture in an example app

Jetpack navigation

Room database

Dependency Injection

If you want to become an expert Android Developer, you need to know how to structure and build your applications correctly

Sign up today, and let’s learn how to implement Clean architecture and SOLID principles in your projects.

Instructor Details

I am an avid learner and teaching enthusiast. I love creating content and courses that enrich people's lives and help them have a better experience, both personally and professionally. I am an expert mobile application developer with over 10 years development experience. I enjoy making courses related to software development and mobile apps, and want to share the knowledge I have acquired. I create courses based on my professional experience. I hope to teach people skills that help them in their careers, allow them to acquire new skills and improve their personal relationships.

Specification: Clean architecture & SOLID principles for Android in Kotlin

Duration

3.5 hours

Year

2022

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Pro Learning

    if the course has a sample of how to unit test or UI test will be excellent. but still it a great course.

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  2. Juan Ticante Vicente

    Excellent course I has been helping enough to put it into practice in future developments of apps for Android

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  3. Ricardo Miranda

    Muito Bom o Curso! Comprarei outros do mesmo instrutor. Manja Muito!

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  4. Sami Nyman

    Clearly presented with a good grasp on real life. Little more ideas on how the project structure would scale to bigger projects would be a great add on. In big projects the module structure seems to be more feature oriented. How would it play out in this scenario? Also the role of the view model presented as a non domain logic component could be second guessed. Little more info how the chosen solution lines up with SOLID would be useful. Now it is self evident and explained clearly in some parts, but not so much in others. Overall a good, clear and compact presentation of the topic. Good investment if you want some clear architectural example that is real life driven.

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  5. Tomas Blazauskas

    ok

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  6. Dennis Gonzales

    Pros: The instructor (Catalin) is an engaging instructor, he is knowledgeable at the topic. Cons: Lectures are small in quantity PS: The course is not for complete Kotlin beginners

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  7. Luiz Carlos de Paula J nior

    Segundo curso que adquiri e gostei muito. Recomendo demais!

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  8. BOUR QAIBA Mouhsin

    Good course, thanks

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  9. Chad Brainerd

    Another great Catalin Stefan’s course. He presents the topics in a clear concise manner. Well done.

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  10. Scott Gencianico

    Great course for beginner Android developers. This course will help transition to intermediate topics easily. No errors in completing the project. If you have errors it’s because of what you did, not the instructor in the course. Debug and figure what your error is if you have trouble.

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  11. Dnyaneshwar Hari Mahajan

    Best course, easy to understand.

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  12. Balaji S B

    Whatever you mentioned in the course makes a strong base and how to maintain clean architecture code. Thanks.

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  13. Dimitris Ligkas

    Very nice and well explained course. I would love to see some extra sections regarding unit tests and how clean architecture helps out. Thanks

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  14. Claudio T.

    I guess the content is quite useful, but I felt more like copying code than understanding the concept of the decisions on why things are getting done this way. I think there could be more content regarding other architecture options/styles, and also involving more complex components such as maps, security, multiple activities and examples with multiple types of sources, could also have more explanation on the architecture point of view of the solution instead of that much coding. The tutor doesn’t answer any questions here on Udemy.

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  15. Evangelina Selman

    I really enjoy the instructor explanations. Very clear and very useful content!

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  16. Pedro Gabriel Bueno de Moraes

    Curso muito bom! Por m algumas partes s o muito r pidas e ficam dif ceis de acompanhar. Seria interessante explicar algumas fun es nativas utilziadas.

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  17. C sar Bergamaschi

    At o momento boas introdu es te ricas.

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  18. Wenderson Ferreira de Souza

    Very well explained

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