Presenters should be framework-independent so they could be tested using fast JUnit/Mockito rather than resorting to slow Robolectric tests.Check out how the Presentation layer is implemented here.But if it works without those steps as long as i3-wm and jsoncpp are installed at compile time, that's [email protected] Alright, that's great, it was probably caused by an unsuccessful pull in the AUR repo or something like this.Once done, the Presenter tells the View what to do next (display data, etc.).Views do not hold any business logic hence they are described as passive.
Ah yes, that note is kind of useless, since i3 support is automatically enabled, if possible. It probably couldn't find because (the polybar wiki)[https://github.com/jaagr/polybar/wiki/Module:-i3] suggested to do so and added the checkout because cmake complained it couldn't find
This is exactly what I did recently in order to explore what Conductor library has to offer.
One thing led to another and I ended up with a practical example of a Clean Architecture App that I thought I’d share here in hope that someone will learn from it.
Packages are set up by feature (screen): A lot has been written about Clean Architecture already on Medium alone.
If you work on a new app, there is no good excuse not to structure your code with Clean Architecture in mind.