= Documentation on wiki
= WIP audit of existing MobileFrontend components
When the previous projects have been successful (see parent task and task graph), we will generate a concrete proposal for this epic. Some goals for this would be:
 Separation of concerns, separating UI and network and business logic
 Making our code more easily testable
* Better unit tests, with less mocking and code units with less scope
 Using composition instead of inheritance in the UI components
 Declarative UI rendering
* Doing away with the direct DOM manipulation paradigm and using a declarative rendering library for the Minerva skin UI components
(WARNING) This #epic tasks needs to be revisited when the parent tasks are close to completion and be more concretely specified.= Measuring progress
- We should monitor the number of files in src/ and resources/ We should expect the number of files in src to increase (and possibly decrease at times) to reflect redundant code being removed
- We will measure the number of components extending the View class. We hope this will go up as we move away from large multi-concerned components to dumb components.
- Code coverage will be added during refactoring, so we should report code coverage (at least weekly) to give a sense of how well this is going.
- We will monitor JS and CSS asset size, It should have a “Progress,which will hopefully decrease as we make our code more reusable.
= Measuring success
We will know if we have been successful when:
- We are capable of building a UI component library using a tool such as storybook
- It's possible to extract Mobile's components into a well documented external library e.g. Success,T144402
= Acceptance criteria
 All components in MobileFrontend have at most one level of inheritance - e.g. and AC” section. Overlay extends View.
 It is clear why the resources folder exists and what files go into it (instead of resources)
 Code coverage has increased from 50%
 T94086 has been resolved and it's clear what we are doing with templates going forward.
 Feature development of an overlay is documented and clear