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Nifemi here! Software Engineer. I maintain a healthy balance between design, functionality and clean code.

I love to share my experiences by writing articles, authoring and contributing to multiple Open Source projects. And, yes, I also have a day job (shocking, I know!).

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PART 3 - Building a Simple Social Feed using DDD Clean Architecture

In the previous chapter, we looked at how to apply the DDD Clean Architecture to our simple social feed flutter application. We implemented the Presentation layer and the Domain layer. In this chapter, we will be implementing the Infrastructure layer and the Application layer.

PART 1 - Introduction to DDD Clean Architecture with Flutter

In the first part of this series, we will introduce the concept of Domain-Driven Design (DDD) Clean Architecture and its relevance in building Flutter applications. We will start with a brief overview of Clean Architecture and its principles, followed by an explanation of the different layers and their roles in creating a modular, scalable, and maintainable Flutter project.

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