droidcon NYC 2017 – Android Architecture Round Table



Jose Alcérreca & Yiğit Boyar, Google

Google’s new Architecture Components libraries make it easier to write robust apps and they come with a ‘Guide to App Architecture’. However, there are many issues still to be solved by developers. Join architecture experts, including members of the Android Framework team, as they discuss the intricacies of working with the new components and using tools such as Dependency Injection frameworks, reactive libraries, etc

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8 Comments

  1. 35:06 Mike acknowledging Jake of discovering new things in dagger is delightful to watch, It happens usually 🙂

  2. Let's be real , who would really pick async task over rx java, in 2018. Only a beginner. And dagger 2 is supported by Google.. Devs are just scared to learn new things. That's the truth. Maybe if your have legacy code and dont want to do the reactor. But any other reason, is just fear.

  3. It's true, do not mind what other people think, just use librarys jake wharton recommended. never gone wrong

  4. Can someone please elaborate on Jake's argument on "one activity for the whole app, you can use fragments just don't use the backstack of fragments because it's bad"? Why is it bad?

  5. 41:34 "one activity for the whole app, you can use fragments just don't use the backstack of fragments because it's bad" – Jake Wharton
    aaaah, that made me jump up in joy! I've been saying that for months!!! 😀

  6. This was an amazing panel.
    Very useful insights. I hope this kind of panels where experts are being asked straightforward and, sometimes, uncomfortable questions becomes a standard practice at conferences.
    FWIW, what Jose said about the best takeaways being the offline discussions is so much on the spot in my limited experience, and I would like to thank Jose and the panelists for capturing small part of it on the video for us.

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