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Since the introduction of the Navigation Component on Android, navigating the different parts of our application has become much more pleasant to implement. We’ve been able to better decouple navigation logic from our activities and fragments, along with being able to test these paths with more ease. However, the Navigation Component has only ever allowed us to achieve these things with components contained within Android application or library modules — with these not being the only kind of modules that our Android projects support, developers have been eager for more module type inclusion for the navigation component. For example, when it comes to the use of Dynamic Feature Modules within our applications, these cannot be navigated to via the use of the Navigation Component. …


Joe Birch

Android Engineering Lead at Buffer, Google Developer Expert for Android & Flutter - Passionate about mobile development and learning.

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