Anyone here who has bought Philipp Lackner's course for developing multi-module apps?

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  • tivi

    Tivi is a work-in-progress TV show tracking Android app, which connects to Trakt.tv. It is still in its early stages of development and currently only contains two pieces of UI. It is under heavy development.

    They probably want you to do a module split like in https://github.com/chrisbanes/tivi or https://github.com/igorwojda/android-showcase, but what they probably don't realize is that modularization is a trade-off, namely greatly increased build configuration complexity for... well, having modules.

  • android-showcase

    💎 Android application following best practices: Kotlin, Coroutines, JetPack, Clean Architecture, Feature Modules, Tests, MVVM, DI, Static Analysis...

    They probably want you to do a module split like in https://github.com/chrisbanes/tivi or https://github.com/igorwojda/android-showcase, but what they probably don't realize is that modularization is a trade-off, namely greatly increased build configuration complexity for... well, having modules.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support. Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

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