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From Pandora's Box to a Bento Box: Using the Bento Framework to Upgrade Legacy Apps

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Droidcon SF 2019 | From Pandora's Box to a Bento Box: Using the Bento Framework to Upgrade Legacy Apps | Tyler Argo

What you'll learn

At Yelp, the team has used Bento to progressively modularize their UI, transitioning from a Pandora's box of nested adapters, ListViews, and minimal test coverage to a Bento box of modular UI components that can be reused across screens, extensive unit and integration test coverage, clear component ownership, and RecyclerViews. Yelp did this all without having to rethink the entire application architecture and with minimal compile-time overhead. In this talk, Tyler Argo will tell you how Bento works and how it can be incorporated into an existing app to make feature development easier for you and your team.

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From Pandora's Box to a Bento Box: Using the Bento Framework to Upgrade Legacy Apps
38mins

About the author

Droidcon is the largest global network of developer conferences which bring together the industry's foremost experts dedicated to advancing the Android platform. Droidcon engages a global network of over 25,000 developers attending our events in 22 cities. Our first droidcon conference was held in 2009 in Berlin and since then it has spread its influence across the globe and has established itself as the world's foremost community-driven conference format. Droidcon is the place to meet the inter... more

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