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The architecture of our Android apps is based on the MVP (Model View Presenter) pattern.
Helpers (Model): A set of classes, each of them with a very specific responsibility. Their function can range from talking to APIs or a database to implementing some specific business logic. Every project will have different helpers but the most common ones are:
Data Manager (Model): It's a key part of the architecture. It keeps a reference to every helper class and uses them to satisfy the requests coming from the presenters. Its methods make extensive use of Room, transform or filter the output coming from the helpers in order to generate the desired output ready for the Presenters. It returns observables that emit data models.
Presenters: Subscribe to observables provided by the
DataManager and process the data in order to call the right method in the View.
Activities, Fragments, ViewGroups (View): Standard Android components that implement a set of methods that the Presenters can call. They also handle user interactions such as clicks and act accordingly by calling the appropriate method in the Presenter. These components also implement framework-related tasks such us managing the Android lifecycle, inflating views, etc.
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