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MVA (mininimum viable architecture)

MVA (mininimum viable architecture): iOS App Development: Design Patterns for Mobile Architecture
MVA (mininimum viable architecture): iOS App Development: Design Patterns for Mobile Architecture

There is a spectrum from zero architecture to and over architected application, with upfront costs, vs. technical debt trade offs. It's up to you and your team to find the right fit, but the ultimate goal is to develop as fast as possible, while maintaining that development speed with well designed code. There is also a spectrum of effort from easy to difficult, with a lot of value lining up at the easy portion, but decreasing over time as things become more complex. Working with zero architecture is the most difficult because the code quickly becomes disorganized and bugs and hacks proliferate. The main pieces of MVA (Presenter/ViewModel, Layer Separation, Dependency Injection, Entities, and Coordinator) fall within the easy, high value portion of the spectrum.

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Developer Mobile Apps Mac OS iOS

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