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Navigation Component, Designing Navigation Graph — PART 1

Keeping track of screen flow is not easy mostly when you are working on a large scale project. Most of the companies use design videos to understand the flow, instead of digging in each class and checking all action flow. And suppose you are new to the project it can take a lot of your time to figure out the flow.




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Navigation Component, Designing Navigation graph — PART 2

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Karishma Agrawal

Karishma Agrawal

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