Presenters don't need lifecycle events

I have been asked several times why Presenters in Mosby (MVP library) don’t have lifecycle callback methods like onCreate(Bundle), onResume() etc. Also the awesome guys over at SoundCloud have published a library called LightCycle that helps break logic out of...

Model-View-Intent on Android

As developers we should always think outside the box. A month ago Artem Zinnatullin and I have discussed some architectural trends on android and on other platforms, like .NET and javascript, in his Podcast The Context. A few days later...

Let Mosby Flow - An alternative to Fragments

The usage of Fragments in Android apps is highly controversial. While some developers love them, others hate them. In this blog post I will give you a short introduction of how to use Mosby 3.0 (SNAPSHOT) to build MVP base...

AdapterCommands

Last week I was honored to be guest at Artem Zinnatullin’s podcast The Context where we talked about software architecture on android. In this episode I have highlighted how important a presentation model in MVP is by giving an example...

Refactoring Plaid App - A reactive MVP Approach (Part 2)

This is the second part of how we could refactor the Plaid app open sourced by Nick Butcher. In this part we are going to enhance the MVP architecture described in the first part to become truly reactive. Preface: I...

Refactoring Plaid App - A reactive MVP Approach (Part 1)

Nick Butcher has open sourced on github an awesome app called Plaid. The app is pretty cool and has an outstanding UI / UX. Whenever source code of such awesome apps are available developers start to copy code and best...

FragmentArgs 3.0

I finally found some time last weekend to work on FragmentArgs and to release a new major version 3.0. Here is an overview of new features and bug fixes. Migration The good news first: FragmentArgs 3.0 is completely backward compatible...