Android Architecture Patterns can help you create mobile apps with fewer bugs, better maintainability and testable code. These include Layered Architecture, Model-View-Controller, Data-Table-Fragment, Single-Page Applications, and Microscope. They focus on different areas of an app, from how to structure your app to how you should handle user interactions with it.

What is Architecture?

If you are building an application in an organized manner with some set of rules, describe proper functionalities and implement it with proper protocols, then it is called an Architecture.

Role of Architecture

Let us say if we are not using any architecture and we are writing our code in a class/activity/ fragment in an unorganized manner then the problems we will face are-

  • The number of lines of code will increase that it will become complex to understand.
  • It decreases readability and increases the number of bugs. Thus, it is difficult to test and reduces the quality of the product.

So, to provide clear data flow which will increase robustness, scalability, bug resistant, increase readability, easy to modify and increase productivity and provide a quality app. Thus, we should use proper architecture, suitable to work in a team.

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