We as a developer always want better and clear code architecture, a project having code with better testing, and a project that builds in a minimal time, these things can be done with one magic, called Modularization.
Modularization allows us to use one created module in multiple projects or cash app by separating the app into multiple modules.
You might be wondering what is a module? So in simple terms, it is a part of the project that can build separately and they have their own targets which are called Frameworks.
The process of breaking down the codebase into small and sharable parts or modules is called modularization.
There are 3 ways to distribute modular code for iOS:
- Cocoa Touch Frameworks
- Swift packages
The option you choose can have different implications for how your module code runs.
In this post, we are going to follow the first option. We will explore how we can divide our app into different modules like data, UI, tests, and dependencies very easily.
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