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Architecture pieces

Architecture pieces: iOS App Development: Design Patterns for Mobile Architecture
Architecture pieces: iOS App Development: Design Patterns for Mobile Architecture

Architecture can be looked at as having different levels, with each level progressively providing less value when compared to the previous one. The easiest pieces to implement, with the most bang for your buck, are in Level 1: using a presenter or view model, separating your data, network, translation, and business logic layers, and using generic entities (POSOs, POCOs), instead of database specific objects, to move data between these different layers. Level 2 still brings in a lot of value with using Dependency Injection, to loosely couple your code. This makes working with unneeded dependencies easy to work with. Level 3 uses the concept of a coordinator to handle the creation of views, and decouple that from with the view controller. Level 4 brings a really cool technology, reactive programming, but at a high price. This really should be level 57 because of the complexity and relearning involved.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Mobile Apps Mac OS iOS

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