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Android Clean Architecture

Introduction to Clean Architecture

 
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So, you want to start using Clean Architecture in your Android projects? If so, it's important to get some of the basic concepts nailed down! In this lesson, we'll cover enough fundamental ideas of clean architecture so that we can start implementing the approach when it comes to developing mobile applications for Android.

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Looks fantastic, i really hope this course is going to finally make me land to a job. Is covered everything, Please expect some questions:) Thank you guys from today Caster has an huge added value.

The architecture that you implement in this course, would it be considered MVVM as well?

Really IMPORTANT question - Why does some clean code articles have presentation depends on domain layer and the domain layer on the data layer. Whereas, your's is different? Your data layer has a dependency on the domain layer. You have the domain layer has the highest layer ( it doesn't depend on any layer ) ???

Hey there - great question!

The domain layer contains our application business logic, this means it has things such as models that define the core concepts of our project. Because of this, it should not depend on any other modules - this business logic does not (and should not) know about any other parts of the app. The approaches in those other places might not be as strict in implementing clean architecture or there may be other differences at play!

Hi Joe,

Thanks for the reply. The question is, and I'm sure, I'm sure, you must have seen this for yourself, in some representations, the Domain layer is intended as the middle layer which implements the Use Cases. The Data layer, in such case, is the one containing the entities, though the most inner layer.

This is where my confusion lies, and I'm trying to find a meaningful answer. What is your opinion on this?

regards


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Lessons in Android Clean Architecture

1. Introduction to Clean Architecture
03:40
Joe Birch
GDE
2. Android and Clean Architecture
03:51
Joe Birch
GDE
3. Setting up a Multi-Module project
02:24
Joe Birch
GDE
4. Setting up the Domain layer module
02:24
Joe Birch
GDE
5. Creating the abstraction for our RxJava Observation Thread
02:02
Joe Birch
GDE
6. Setting up the Business Data for the Domain Layer
01:47
Joe Birch
GDE
7. Setting up the data access interface for the Domain Layer
01:49
Joe Birch
GDE
8. Setting up the Domain Layer Interactor classes
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03:28
Joe Birch
GDE
9. Implementing the Get Projects use case
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01:49
Joe Birch
GDE
10. Implementing the get Bookmarked Projects use case
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01:33
Joe Birch
GDE
11. Implementing the Bookmark Project use case
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01:57
Joe Birch
GDE
12. Implementing the UnBookmark Project use case (Domain layer 8)
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02:03
Joe Birch
GDE
13. Testing the Get Projects use case
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02:41
Joe Birch
GDE
14. Testing the Get Bookmarked Projects use case
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02:04
Joe Birch
GDE
15. Testing the Bookmark Project use case
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02:10
Joe Birch
GDE
16. Testing the UnBookmark Project use case
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02:06
Joe Birch
GDE
17. Setting up the data module
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02:17
Joe Birch
GDE
18. Creating the data models for the data layer
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02:48
Joe Birch
GDE
19. Creating the external source interfaces for our data layer
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02:24
Joe Birch
GDE
20. Creating the data layer store interface
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01:19
Joe Birch
GDE
21. Creating the data layer cache data store
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01:21
Joe Birch
GDE
22. Creating the data layer remote data store
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01:39
Joe Birch
GDE
23. Creating the data store factory class
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01:24
Joe Birch
GDE
24. Creating the central access point for the data layer
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03:00
Joe Birch
GDE
25. Setting up the tests for the Data Layer
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00:46
Joe Birch
GDE
26. Testing the data store factory class
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01:39
Joe Birch
GDE
27. Testing the project entity mapper
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01:18
Joe Birch
GDE
28. Testing the projects data repository
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06:02
Joe Birch
GDE
29. Testing the projects cache data store
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06:30
Joe Birch
GDE
30. Testing the projects remote data store
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02:17
Joe Birch
GDE
31. Setting up the remote module
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02:21
Joe Birch
GDE
32. Creating the data models for the remote layer
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02:06
Joe Birch
GDE
33. Creating the Retrofit Service for the remote data source
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01:58
Joe Birch
GDE
34. Creating the Retrofit Service Factory for the remote service interface
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02:52
Joe Birch
GDE
35. Creating the data model mapper for the Remote Layer
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01:59
Joe Birch
GDE
36. Creating the Remote Source implementation
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01:55
Joe Birch
GDE
37. Setting up the Remote layer for testing
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02:13
Joe Birch
GDE
38. Testing the remote model mapper class
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01:39
Joe Birch
GDE
39. Testing the remote source implementation
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05:09
Joe Birch
GDE
40. Setting up the Cache module
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02:45
Joe Birch
GDE
41. Setting up the Cache layer data models
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02:02
Joe Birch
GDE
42. Creating the database for the cache layer
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01:34
Joe Birch
GDE
43. Creating the cached project Data Access Object
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02:42
Joe Birch
GDE
44. Creating the Configuration Data Access Object
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02:07
Joe Birch
GDE
45. Creating the cache model mapper
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02:06
Joe Birch
GDE
46. Creating the Projects Cache data source Implementation
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03:57
Joe Birch
GDE
47. Setting up the tests for our cache layer
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01:17
Joe Birch
GDE
48. Testing the cached project model mapper
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01:44
Joe Birch
GDE
49. Testing the projects cache implementation
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05:48
Joe Birch
GDE
50. Testing the Cached project DAO
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04:33
Joe Birch
GDE
51. Testing the Configuration DAO
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02:05
Joe Birch
GDE
52. Setting up the presentation module
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02:05
Joe Birch
GDE
53. Creating the data models for the presentation layer
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01:13
Joe Birch
GDE
54. Creating the data model mapper for the presentation layer
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01:26
Joe Birch
GDE
55. Creating the presentation state model
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01:39
Joe Birch
GDE
56. Creating the browse projects view model
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04:25
Joe Birch
GDE
57. Creating the bookmarked projects view model
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03:05
Joe Birch
GDE
58. Setting up the presentation module tests
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02:09
Joe Birch
GDE
59. Testing the view model mapper
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01:17
Joe Birch
GDE
60. Testing our Browse Projects View Model implementation
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04:36
Joe Birch
GDE
61. Testing our Browse Bookmarked Projects View Model implementation
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04:34
Joe Birch
GDE
62. Setting up the UI module
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02:22
Joe Birch
GDE
63. Creating the Post Execution Thread Implementation
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01:26
Joe Birch
GDE
64. Setting up the application class
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00:50
Joe Birch
GDE
65. Setting up the Dependency Injection for the UI module
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02:46
Joe Birch
GDE
66. Creating the UI modules Project representation
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00:50
Joe Birch
GDE
67. Creating the the Project model mapper for the UI module
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01:24
Joe Birch
GDE
68. Setting up the Browse Projects Activity
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01:08
Joe Birch
GDE
69. Configuring the DI for the project
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04:37
Joe Birch
GDE
70. Creating the Project item view
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01:51
Joe Birch
GDE
71. Creating the Browse Projects Adapter
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03:27
Joe Birch
GDE
72. Creating the browse bookmarked projects adapter
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03:54
Joe Birch
GDE
73. Creating the browse bookmarked projects activity
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03:18
Joe Birch
GDE
74. Tying together the browse projects and bookmarked projects activity
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02:30
Joe Birch
GDE
75. Setting up Unit Tests for the UI module
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00:54
Joe Birch
GDE
76. Test the project model mapper
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01:10
Joe Birch
GDE
77. Configuring the Dependency Injection for our User Interface tests
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06:10
Joe Birch
GDE
78. Writing Espresso tests for the Browse Projects Activity
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03:15
Joe Birch
GDE
79. Writing Espresso tests for the Bookmarked Projects Activity
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02:34
Joe Birch
GDE
80. Simplifying the work we have done
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05:14
Joe Birch
GDE