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Android app architecture with bottom navigation

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Hello everyone,
I wanted to know what's an ideal structure of an app if I am using a bottom navigation in my base activity with three items in the menu Home screen, chat with customer service and profile. How should I design teh app so that app runs fast just like youtube/instagram. I wanted to know How does youtube app runs so fast after multiple videos etc.... Actually I wanted to know what is youtube's/instagram app architecture on android side ? Any reference link is also appreciated. It could be great if any senior android developer can guide me little so that I know the best practices available in the market Thanks in advance
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Whether (and how) you use bottom navigation is a design detail that has little impact on the architecture. I doubt there is much information about how specific apps are architected. For general advice on that, start reading at https://developer.android.com/jetpack/guide. Also note that with just about any architecture it's still possible to write sluggish apps - a good architecture just makes it easier to avoid that
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