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Published on Nov 27, 2018
Architecture keeps being a buzzword in the Android world, even though years have passed since we've seen the first version of the OS. Problems like orientation changes, navigation, data mapping, parsing or display are still around us, and we struggle to make them go away. Using Kotlin and it's Coroutines, enveloping the application in Rx and finalizing it with Architecture Components, we can bring the end to nuisances that these problems cause. By heavily relying on generics, asynchronous programming and data persistance, we're able to make a solution, that fits most applications and has an understandable API.