Tyler Nickerson
Dec 18, 2018 ⋅ 8 min read

The toxicity of the MVP

Tyler Nickerson Founder of @GoLinguistic. Code @coursera. UX / UI designer.

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One Reply to "The toxicity of the MVP"

  1. This is very interesting and I wanted to ask you a question, I got some comments related to MVP that says that it is not well suited to “Reactive” apps, and then they fall back to MVVM, because MVP introduce some kind of imperative way of programming instead of a reactive way, I dont agree on that, but I would love to get some comments around this?

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