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Hi All ,
I have read through some android frameworks but i am not able to decide which one i should choose for my application , we are developing a module of an enterprise application which will be enhanced in future time to time.
Following frameworks i have read though :


1. Springs for android [DI]
2. MVC
3. MVVM ,Android binding
4. MVP
5. RoboGuice

Can some one please help me to choose one ?
 
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