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android-clean-architecture-boilerplate - An android boilerplate project using clean architecture

  •    Kotlin

Note: The use of clean architecture may seem over-complicated for this sample project. However, this allows us to keep the amount of boilerplate code to a minimum and also demonstrate the approach in a simpler form. The sample app when run will show you a simple list of all the Bufferoos (Buffer team members!).

clean-architecture-components-boilerplate - A fork of our clean architecture boilerplate, this time using the Android Architecture Components

  •    Kotlin

Note: This is a fork of our original Clean Architecture Boilerplate, except in this repo we have switched out the MVP approach found in the presentation layer to now use ViewModels from the Android Architecture Components Library. The caching layer now also uses Room. Note: The use of clean architecture may seem over-complicated for this sample project. However, this allows us to keep the amount of boilerplate code to a minimum and also demonstrate the approach in a simpler form.

MovieGuide - Movie discovery app showcasing MVP, RxJava, Dagger 2 and Clean Architecture

  •    Java

Android app that lists popular/highest-rated movies, shows trailers and reviews. This app showcases the MVP pattern, RxJava, Dagger 2 and Uncle Bob Martin's Clean Architecture approach. Optimized for tablets.

clean-code-javascript - :bathtub: Clean Code concepts adapted for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Software engineering principles, from Robert C. Martin's book Clean Code, adapted for JavaScript. This is not a style guide. It's a guide to producing readable, reusable, and refactorable software in JavaScript. Not every principle herein has to be strictly followed, and even fewer will be universally agreed upon. These are guidelines and nothing more, but they are ones codified over many years of collective experience by the authors of Clean Code.




Android-CleanArchitecture-Kotlin - This is a movies sample app in Kotlin, which is part of a serie of blog posts I have written about architecting android application using different approaches

  •    Kotlin

The purpose of this repo is to follow up Clean Architecture principles by bringing them to Android. It is worth saying that the idea is to take advantage of the Kotlin Programming Language features plus also pull in lessons learned and ideas from other interesting aproaches like Functional Programming. There is another Android Clean Architecture repository written in Java: https://github.com/android10/Android-CleanArchitecture with really nice discussions: https://github.com/android10/Android-CleanArchitecture/issues. Article, lessons learned and some more material coming up. Check the following known bugs and TODO list.

CleanArchitectureRxSwift - Example of Clean Architecture of iOS app using RxSwift

  •    Swift

The Platform is a concrete implementation of the Domain in a specific platform like iOS. It does hide all implementation details. For example Database implementation whether it is CoreData, Realm, SQLite etc. Application is responsible for delivering information to the user and handling user input. It can be implemented with any delivery pattern e.g (MVVM, MVC, MVP). This is the place for your UIViews and UIViewControllers. As you will see from the example app, ViewControllers are completely independent of the Platform. The only responsibility of a view controller is to "bind" the UI to the Domain to make things happen. In fact, in the current example we are using the same view controller for Realm and CoreData.

android-showcase - đź’ŽAndroid application following best practices: Kotlin, coroutines, Clean Architecture, feature modules, tests, MVVM, static analysis

  •    Kotlin

Showcase is a sample project that presents modern, 2019 approach to Android application development using Kotlin and latest tech-stack. The goal of the project is to demonstrate best practices, provide a set of guidelines, and present modern Android application architecture that is modular, scalable, maintainable and testable. This application may look simple, but it has all of these small details that will set the rock-solid foundation of the larger app suitable for bigger teams and long application lifecycle. Many of the project design decisions follow official Google recommendations.


MovieNight - MovieNight is a sample Android application that uses the clean architecture approach and is written in Kotlin

  •    Kotlin

MovieNight is a sample Android application that uses the clean architecture approach and is written in Kotlin. P.S: I've written a blog post about this project.

coolstore-microservices - :ferris_wheel: :sailboat: :ship: A containerized polyglot service mesh based on

  •    CSharp

The structure of README is inspired from GoogleCloudPlatform Demo. CoolStore is a containerised polyglot microservices application consisting of services based on .NET Core, NodeJS and more running on Service Mesh.

iOS-Awesome-Starter-Kit - The perfect combination: Clean Swift + ReSwift + PromiseKit

  •    Swift

The starter kit is designed to help iOS develop can implement their app quickly and resolve common problem easily. It includes bunch of framework at top of technologies, inlcude new Clean Swift Architecture. For further infomation, please check out my keynote below. iOS Awesome Starter Kit is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

OfflineSampleApp - Sample Offline-First MVVM app that uses Android Priority Job Queue, Room, Retrofit2, LiveData, LifecycleObserver, RxJava2, Dagger Android

  •    Java

Offline App (or Offline-First App) enables user to seamlessly interact with it by using local device storage and then synchronizing the data with some remote storage (cloud database, etc) later via a background process. This app is a working sample that showcases one way of implementing offline commenting capability on Android platform. Users' comments are stored in local Room database first. Then a background job is spawned to synchronize local data with remote database if and when Internet connection is available.

Theatre - Pet project using Clean Architecture + MVVM + Reactive Extensions + Android Architecture Components

  •    Kotlin

Pet project using Clean Architecture + MVVM + Reactive Extensions + Android Architecture Components. The data is fetched from LondonTheatreDirect API. The overriding rule of this architecture says that the source code dependencies always point inwards. The outer tiers can only dependent of inner tiers. Therefore, the inner tiers know nothing about the outer tiers. The more further you go through the concentric circles, the higher level the software becomes. Which means that the level of abstraction increases.

iPoli-android - Fun & Motivational Todo List with Calendar for Android written in Kotlin

  •    Kotlin

myPoli combines Calendar, ToDo list and Habit tracking app, all in one place to give you the best way to achieve your goals! Find time to exercise, learn new skills, focus deeply on meaningful work, stick to good habits and free you from the burden of scheduling tasks by yourself.

CleanArchitectureManifest - Description of the main principles and rules for building an Android application using Clean Architecture approach

  •    Java

Here you will find description of the main principles and rules, that are worth following in developing Android apps using Clean Architecture approach. If you want to translate this document to your language, please visit this page.

blog-core - A headless CMS builds with clean modern architecture and technology.

  •    CSharp

A headless CMS builds with clean modern architecture and technology.Check out this article for how the architecture working.

go-cleanarch - Clean architecture validator for go, like a The Dependency Rule and interaction between packages in your Go projects

  •    Go

go-cleanarch was created to keep Clean Architecture rules, like a The Dependency Rule and interaction between modules in your Go projects. More about Clean Architecture you can read in Uncle's Bob article.For examples please go to examples directory, with contains examples of valid and invalid architectures.