Fragmented Podcast Update – TSHIRTS 🐤

We’re extremely excited to announce a brand new T-shirt sale from Fragmented.

Our last run with the Spacedroid was so successful with listeners that we decided to work again with our good friend Taylor Ling for this brand new design.

Taylor’s DroidTee designs have gained legendary fame amongst Android devs and this time he’s made something extra special just for us:

The pragmatic programmers will astutely observe why this design is so close to our hearts. We’re big fans of the Rubber duck approach to debugging and we hope you’ll proudly wear these as you champion on with your development.

The campaign closes April 7th, so please place your order before then. We hope you love the t-shirt as much as we do.

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151: Evolving Android architectures (Part 2)

In this episode, we continue our discussion from episode 148 on evolving android architectures. We collected some of the questions from the community and try to answer them.

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149: Learning Kotlin: inline classes and Type driven design

In this quick fragment, Kaushik talks about the new Kotlin 1.3 experimental feature “inline classes” and how it helps with Type driven design.

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Type driven design resources

Kotlin KEEP

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148: Evolving Android architectures (Part 1)

In this episode, Donn and Kaushik talk about the state of android architectures and how they’ve stared to evolve. Kaushik recently worked on a project of coming up with an evolved version of an MVVM architecture, very similar to what the Android community now calls MVI.

Special request: if you have follow up questions or clarifications or things you’d like to see specifically with respect to this dicussion, hit us up on the Discord #fragmented-podcast channel with your thoughts and we’ll make sure to address them in future parts!

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Salient features of the pattern:

I. Screens are driven by a single ViewModel

II. Screens listen to a single Observable exposed from the ViewModel

III. Events are sent into the VM through a single function processInputs

IV. Break(ing) the Chain VI. Testing strategy

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145: Tracking Network Requests With x-Request-ID

In this short fragment, Kaushik explains how you can trace network requests from your app by adding a special header. Easily trace an HTTP request all the way from a client to your backend web process.

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