Pro Android: Modern Android Architectures – MVVM MVP MVC
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Take your development to the next level with this course on Android architectures.
We will discuss several topics related to MVC, MVP and MVVM.
what MVC, MVP and MVVM stand for
how they structure the code and why
we will learn the advantages and disadvantages of each one
how to know when to use which architecture
we will use the Google official library for Android Architecture Components to build our MVVM architecture
I have designed this course with ease of use in mind. Learn quickly in a short amount of time. No need to waste hours watching someone waffle on. To the point.
Learn by doing. This course is designed for you to follow along and code at the same time. That way you will have a deep understanding of all architectures and Android concepts presented.
Lastly, I have used these Architectures in real life industry applications that have millions of users on the play store. They are scalable, maintainable and make code easy to understand.
Sign up today and learn what the Android architectures are, when and how to use them.
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I needed a good example that compares MVC and MVP and MVVM and I hesitated at first but now I don’t regret purchasing this course. What the most I liked beside the content it’s the spontaneity of the instructor and the music at the begging and at the end of each video 😉 – Skander
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Dilip Kumar –
Thanks for the detailed explanation about all commonly used architectures with examples.
John Riggs –
Very good course that provides a basic understanding of the differences in the various architectures. It’s also nice that the instructor uses the Google Architecture Lifecycle Component in MVVM.
David Ninewine –
The best course I’ve done on Udemy ! Many thanks.
Allan Marmo da Silva –
Agrade o por passar seus conhecimentos, pessoas como vc n s ajuda a entender e melhorar nossos c digos, mais uma vez obrigado…
Rodrigo Tomio Kumabe –
poderia aprofundar mais entre as arquiteturas
Dzulhafiz Abdul Rahim –
Really like that you start of with the diagram to explain the architecture concept first, then proceed to code all 3 architectures using the same code base. So can really see what’s the different between all architectures.
MD Moniruzzaman Shadhin –
Cheng Hui Wu –
Ki Ho Youn –
yes, this lecture matches me
Moh Nian Ming –
I personally think I had learned a lot from this course. At the same time, I believe he needs to provide more examples or at least 1 2 real projects/applications to demonstrate how architecture can be used in production. Also, by just giving 1 example in 3 different architectures, it doesn’t really give a full understanding that how real projects/applications can be design in work/industry. It just my opinion, but I do hope the instructor can give more examples/applications/projects. Overall, it is a great course for understanding the concept.
Timur Pehlivan –
The course was awesome, i was looking for something like that, which includes all architectures. As an advise; maybe there can be little complex separate projects for all architectures in future. Greate job!
great knowledge, power packed information, superb, thanks a lot. please upload more videos on such advanced concepts on Android. thanks a lot!
Sinan Shoukath –
A simple and easy course which helps to understand what are the difference android architectures and difference between them.
Claudio T. –
As the course is not updated and has almost no question/answer it has a few of issues regarding versions and deprecated function, which demands you to search for the solution on the internet. Also, I believe the content could be better explored with more examples, like how to handle different types of communication between the layers that are demanded in a daily situation, recommendations regarding folders structure for each architecture, etc. In general, it gives a good explanation but probably I’ll have to search for online content if I decide to apply any of these architectures in my projects, or watch the videos again to fix the content in my head due to the lack of exercises.
Clear explanation and great examples
Robert Peschke –
The lectures were just him explaining type this, then type this. There really wasn’t deeper explanation of what was being typed and why.
Siva Ramakrishna –
This course is a jump start for various Android Architectures and highly recommended for beginners. I expected more deep when understanding the real strategy behind each architecture. For ex, in case of MVVM, i see it more closely related to observer pattern. It is just that lot of boilerplate code has been removed and simplified in the android library along with react constructs. The explanation could have been more towards the strategy than getting the sample done.
Good course to understand fundamentals
Detailed Explanation & Easily understood
Ivan Robles Mosqueda –
mostly yes, but I hate (not only this guy but everyone that does it) when is writing code and make some typos or errors when coding it’s VERY MUCH frustating because if you lost 1 sec of video, you must rewatch the same part several times because you did the same error !!