What is this Rx thing that everybody keeps talking about? How am I supposed to learn it? Is it even worth my effort? Watch, learn and try Functional Reactive Programming with RxJava on Android platform “For The Greater Good”.
Do you know what is among the best things of Android development? It is Java based and extremely popular. Our community is awesome and there are many great libraries popping out every day.
Yes, there are some reasons to use the Java framework Vaadin. But there are many more disadvantages in my opinion.
With real-time data and Internet of Things modern applications need to incorporate new programming techniques. Reactive Streams is a new specification with the goal of leading different JVM languages to the new, asynchronous future.
WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world. But it is not always the best solution in my experience.
Want to bore your audience to death presenting you code? It is easy! I will tell you what to do!
Becoming a great Android developer is hard work and takes passion and patience. Here are my tips.
Pixate is a powerful tool for prototyping. Here are my tips for getting started. Layer assets The basic building block in Pixate is the “layer”. To each layer you can attach animations or trigger interactions based on non trivial conditions. However, to start using Pixate, you need user interface elements.
Have you ever wanted to know what was the result of your unit test and act differently depending on the test result? In this short article I present a JUnit feature called Rules.
New language features are often welcomed, but if they are working against the language nature… Huston, we have a problem!
Among many tools for product managers, designers and UX developers, there is one modeling technique which might turn your product’s scope into a more measured set of features – at the same time providing more value as well as predictable customer feedback. Kano model The model – developed by Noriaki