There are a few modern approaches that describe how to design a robust architecture for Android application. I am going to analyse them and develop a sample application that uses an apropriate architecture according to my analysis.
So, is the following sentence all right to be the title of my analysis?
Analysis of modern approaches to building (an) android application architecture (,) and (an example of) prototype implementation.
I've emphasised and put into the () the moments in that I doubt. I am pretty sure that "an" that goes before
android application architecture
should be cut off, because in this case we are about to design an application architecture that is good for the application we develop, but might not be good for any other application. As well as I am pretty sure that "an example of" is not necessary in this case. Also I am not sure whether this title sounds good or not.
@farnsy, thank you. It's a really helpful answer. I am actually going to consider and describe the existing approaches to building architecture of android application. I saw you got an active account on stackoverflow, so I'll provide more technical details. I am going to write about things like Clean Architecture, MVVM, SOLID, Dependency Injection, etc and other general recommendations that are helpful to develop a robust, testable, easy-scalable android application.
Why was I sure that there is no need in "an" article? Because I think architecture in my case is a general thing. You barely can just pick up an architecture for your app, because in more cases an android application has got few (not a few) appropriate architectures. And that's why you should build it, not just pick up.
If replace words like this
...modern approaches to building architecture of android application...
I still think there is no need in "an" even before android application as well, because as I mentioned I am going to write general recommendations for most apps. In the analysis part I am not going to just pick up a random app and build architecture for it, In the analysis part I'll try to consider general design approaches that fit most Android apps.
Though, in the second part I am going to pick up a random app and try to build appropriate architecture for it. That's why I got no doubts with "an" before example implementation.
If after this clarification, you still think that "an" is necessary, I'll put it in.
Thank you so much for your time.