Hello, everyone, I’m really thankful for all the courage I received from my first post, so I will try to keep writing posts to help as much as I can.
And also I am very happy that my first post was published in Android Weekly. Thank you very much Android Weekly and whoever promoted my post and I will try to keep writing the best I can.
My second post is about testing.
I’m a strong believer of TDD but I don’t think it’s the right move for every line of code you have to write, but I believe even…
Hello everyone ✋🏻
I have long wanted to publish different posts and I finally summoned up the courage to start this one. I hope this post will be helpful to you and any questions or suggestions or improvements that you see please do not hesitate to comment on this post.
My story about Jetpack Navigation and Multi Module:
Two years ago I was assigned to redo a pretty big app in Java (almost 1M lines of code) in Kotlin and with a more modern architecture, tools and with a multi modular approach.
So my team started the challenge.
A passionate Android Engineer wanting to create the best App for the users and for the top users of the App, yes us developers (Testable, Readable, Fun, Pretty)