Gabriel Peal from Tonal introduces us to the MvRx Framework and Jenn dives into Android Jetpack’s Navigation component.
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- MvRx Codebase – GitHub
- MvRx Course – Caster.io
- MvRx: Android Development on Autopilot Video – YouTube
- MvRx + Kotlin – Flutter Like State Management in Android Video – YouTube
- What is the Android Lifecycle? – nearsoft
- Jetpack ViewModel Overview – Android Developers Documentation
- Reactive Programming With Kotlin Book – RayWenderlich.com
- Property Delegates Documentation – KotlinLang.org
Jetpack Navigation Architecture Component
- Jetpack Navigation Controller Tutorial – RayWenderlich.com
- Google Codelab for Navigation Controller
- Single Activity Navigation, Why When and How Video – NewsVideo
- Google I/O 2019 Jetpack Navigation Video – YouTube
- The Navigation Architecture Component Tutorial: Getting Started Tutorial – RayWenderlich.com
- Android Fragments – Android Developers Documentation
- Stacks – Geeks for Geeks
- Deep Linking – Wikipedia
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