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Discussion on: Head First Design Pattern: 3 or 10

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Cihat GΓΌndΓΌz

The factory pattern is a very basic pattern used in many places, including Android development, also with Kotlin. In fact, many types in Android frameworks are instantiated with factory methods, and you may actually have written factory methods or classes already yourself without knowing it.

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Andy Delso

Yea I know I have used it in other languages and frameworks. It is referred to in Effective Java as well. The specifics of Android are new to me. I am currently taking the Google course on it with hopes of gaining the certification at the end of the year! Also developing an app on the side using Jetpack Compose concepts with hopes to do a KMP back end and eventual SwiftUI front end for an iOS version. Thanks again for your tips! Shot you a follow to see the other interesting tid bits you post!

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Oluwasanmi Aderibigbe Author

Wow ,that's very very cool. Good luck with the certification exams! What do you think about Compose?

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Andy Delso

So far I like it much better than using XML and the Views concept of old.