Android Kotlin: Forecast App 01 – Navigation & App Foundation – MVVM Tutorial Course

With this tutorial series you are starting a new Android development journey on which you are going to learn a ton of new things.

You are going to build a real forecast app using the MVVM architectural pattern. Let’s quickly run through what you’ll actually build. Don’t worry if you don’t understand half of the stuff I’m about to say – this is a tutorial, after all, and I will teach you everything in detail in later parts.

This app is going to do things like getting weather data from an API using Retrofit and Gson, caching this data in an SQLite database using Room library, handling asynchronous code using Kotlin’s coroutines, concentrating data operations in a Repository class, injecting dependencies using Kodein library, getting the user’s location and more.

?Get the code from this tutorial?


Matej Rešetár

Matej is an app developer with a knack for teaching others. If he's not programming, making tutorials or doing other business, he's mostly working out, listening to audiobooks and taking cold showers.

  • Rohan Bongurala says:

    Hi, I have a question about how to hide the bottom navigation footer in few pages. I am trying to build an application where not all pages require the bottom nav bar. Pleas let me know how to approach such scenarios

  • Hi, I want to build similar kind of weather app with notification

  • Mohan says:

    Need code

  • Matt Graves says:

    Thank you so much for your content. I also appreciate your videos on Flutter and Dart, though not enough time in a day!! Not sure how you do it!
    You really do have a knack for teaching and this series touches on all the parts needed to write a robust, traditional, yet filled with potential, Android app in 2019. A great real world example using many popular third party libraries. I am able to apply the principles into my own application very easily. Don’t ever stop! I will gobble them up as you make them, staying up to date on the latest in development goodness!

  • >