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UI need to be updated to display the current data. Manipulating views can increase the probability of errors and illegal states. For example, an update might try to set a value of a node that was just removed from the UI. ❖ If a piece of data is rendered in multiple places, it’s easy to forget to update one of the views that shows it. It’s also easy to create illegal states ❖ The software maintenance is increasingly complex if the number of views increases. ❖ Imperative programming.
the engineering associated with building and updating user interfaces. ❖ The technique works by conceptually regenerating the entire screen from scratch, then applying only the necessary changes. ❖ Regenerating the entire screen is expensive in terms of time, computing power and battery usage.
plugin in the type checking and code generation phases of Kotlin ❖ The implementation of the Composer contains a data structure that is closely related to a Gap Buffer. This data structure is commonly used in text editors.