Showcase for Unidirectional Data Flow architecture for Android, powered by Kotlin Coroutines
An app that existed even before Android existed!
Norris is a showcase for modern and well-crafted Android code.
Here you will find a codebase powered by tests in all semantic levels (unit, integration, acceptance) as well an architectural design that promotes discipline over state, using Kotlin Coroutines as foundation for a pragmatic unidirectional dataflow implementation.
This project leverages on api.chucknorris.io as remote data source to implement the following use cases
The code is structured in a multi-module fashion, with semantics of high-level modules (under
features) packaging high-level pieces of funcionality (including UI details) while low-level modules (or
platformones) provide required infrastructure for features, like networking, storage and so on.
If you want a simple run emulating the PR pipeline, just use the companion script
Please note that an online emulator is required to run this script sucessfully.
Coded by Ubiratan Soares (follow me on Twitter)
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Copyright (c) 2019 Dotanuki Labs
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