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Kotlin - lessons learned from early adoption

Design of the bulb by Freepik.com

There is a lot of information recently about Kotlin, what it is, how better it is from Java, should you move to Kotlin, who created it and above all that Google officially support it since I/O 2017. You can easily find materials teaching you all great features Kotlin has. But

Swipe to delete done easier than you thought

Swipe to delete

Recently I had to implement swipe to delete function. As is often the case, sometimes you need to enhance the functionality in the application using 3rd party libraries. This is what happened.

Refactoring — been there, done that

It’s fine to fail, make mistakes and learn from them. Still, you will leave behind some things that you are not proud of, and when it comes to fixing them, my advice can come to the rescue.

Is this year’s WWDC17 good for iOS developers?

WWDC17 summary

WWDC 2017 brought a variety of announcements with lots of new changes for all different segments of Apple’s ecosystem. How it’s been so far in the eyes of our iOS developers? Find out by watching a replay of our first ever live stream!

Kotlin is officially supported by Google – now what?

The annual Google I/O conference for Android developers brought great news – Kotlin is now an officially supported, first-class programming language. What does it mean for the world of Android development?

Realm Mobile Platform: Offline-first TaskManager app – Authentication

In this part of the series “Realm Mobile Platform: Offline-first TaskManager app”, we are going to implement authentication mechanism in our TaskManager app. The article includes both email and Facebook mechanisms!

Realm Mobile Platform: Android “TaskManager” – Realm Object Server

In this part of the tutorial we are going to learn how to set up our Realm Object Server (launched on Ubuntu 16.04 Amazon EC2 instance) which will provide an automatic data synchronization and authentication for our app.

Realm Mobile Platform: Offline-first TaskManager app – basics of Realm

In this part of the series we are going to focus on implementing basic Realm support to the TaskManager app by using Realm Mobile Database. Part 1: REALM MOBILE PLATFORM: OFFLINE-FIRST TASKMANAGER APP – INTRO Part 3: REALM MOBILE PLATFORM: ANDROID “TASKMANAGER” – REALM OBJECT SERVER Part 4: REALM MOBILE PLATFORM:

Realm Mobile Platform: Offline-first TaskManager app – Intro

This article is the first one in a series of five. Each part will describe the steps of building offline-first TaskManager app with realtime synchronization. Part one is devoted to defining the technology stack and the UI of the app. Part 2: REALM MOBILE PLATFORM: OFFLINE-FIRST TASKMANAGER APP – BASICS

An iOS developer at #Pragma Conference

Let me tell you about an iOS conference called #Pragma Conference 2016. It took place in Verona (Italy) on 13th-14th October 2016. Did I fall in love like Romeo with Juliet?

Notifications: From zero to hero Android N* – part 3/3

Android Nougat is here and it’s time to learn how to set up the notifications in this version of the system. The bundled notifications and the possibility of replying to them made them even more useful!

An iOS developer at Mobiconf 2016

In this article I would like to share with you my opinion and feelings about Mobiconf 2016 – mobile related conference in Kraków (Poland) which took place 6 – 7th October 2016.