'Nitrogenize' your project with Mvvm, Compose, UTP - A killer combination for successful deliveries
Enrico Bruno Del Zotto
Senior Android Developer
Compose took on the table a new approach to developing in Android. Besides this great new framework, large portions of our apps won’t change at all, and Unidirectional Data Flow best practices should be used.
What will change in our project? Which patterns should we adapt in our app to work with these new techs? Is my app ready to be migrated with Compose? Let's see how use this new declarative UI framework in an already structured and organised project maintaining its own design pattern architecture.
What will be the advantages and disadvantages?
Unified Test Platform (UTP), best known as project code Nitrogen, it's another fantastic tech presented this year at Google IO. Let's see together what it is, why is so useful and why we should adopt it in our app.
We will use this extensible test executor to 'nitrogenize' our UI test suite covering some UI cases in our project. Let's scale together our test suite with Gradle managed devices in parallel using new test metrics, and finally, inspecting test results and possible failures by emulator snapshots.
After this talk, you will know if your app architecture is ready for Compose, you will be ready to transform your test suite into a more reliable scalable and productive env and you will speed up the delivery and the code quality of your project.
After several years working like a mobile consultant, Enrico moved to London working as lead developer @Smartfocus.com developing an indoor positioning system based on beacons. Since May 2017 working @ TUI.co.uk where he's creating the next generation of mobile travel app for TUI customers.