Oolong

We sit down with Michael Pardo to discuss the MVU pattern, taking a brief look at all the other patterns that have existed for UI development over the years. We then talk about Oolong, a library for Kotlin for facilitating MVU in your applications.

About Michael Pardo

Michael Pardo is a software engineer and avid fan of Kotlin, having been one of th early adopters of the technology, and advocating for it since 2014

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