All Posts tagged as "Front End"

Redux-Like State Management with Sealed Class in Kotlin

On the previous post, we already discussed how your view should have its own model. We also have discussed how you can make a simple redux-like state machine in Kotlin.


Simple State Machine

After reading a bunch of unidirectional data flow, Cycle.js's MVI and this article about implementing MVI in Android by Hannes, I'm convinced that this is how I should write my code from now on.


A Model for Your View

Not so long ago, on my Android's MVP architecture, my view layer does not have a model. The view only renders what the presenter tell them to do which is good because then, we have a passive view. But, there's no representation of the view itself.