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
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?
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!
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.
A notifications guide for all developers who already got the basics. You will learn how to become a pro of the Android notifications. In the 2nd article from the series, we are going to cover Android 5 and 6.
If you are a newbie to the Android notifications, here are the very essentials you need to know to build them for the Android Platform. Including the definition itself, just to let you start the proper way. The more complex and entertaining ones are coming in part 2 and 3
It’s a story of how an optimized gradle can reduce the build time to a couple of seconds! Some work done in Android Studio and voilà.
As software developers we have the possibility to share our code based on the Open Source principles. What are the main advantages? Other people have free access to our work, they can improve, expand and use your code in their own projects. This article shows, how to configure and publish your
As a developer you probably used or tried to use HTML tags in your TextView components to create rich text. You probably found some examples on StackOverflow, replaced the text and Voilà! Job done. If you wish to learn how this works under the hood just keep reading.
Gradle is a native build system supported by Android Studio. In the previous post I covered some basics and then focused on generating version code and name, which was especially helpful while building apk. Time to move on to the other fancy tricks.
Google released new Percent Support Library which contains two extra container classes: PercentFrameLayout and PercentRelativeLayout. I want to show you how to work with these layouts which are great in handling percentage-based sizing of widgets.
Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) has changed how I think about solving problems in iOS. Here I will show you a complete and simple way to build an incremental search using FRP.