Yes, here we go again: listings of ten characteristics, advantages or attributes, yadda, yadda, yadda. Even I am not a fan of these types of articles. I have recently been transferred from one company to another and as a result of it I had to switch almost all of my cloud work from AWS to GCP. I must say that it has been an exciting journey so far, so I decided to point out some things where these two platforms differ, and I hope that it might be useful to others. (more…)
Over the last few years Android Developers have established best practises for writing apps: clean architecture, usage of MVVM as primary architectural pattern.
The most discussed topic of 2019 was modularisation. While it brought us a lot of benefits, I’ve discovered some pitfalls, one of them being in-app navigation.
The Xcode project file has quite a complicated structure and it brings unnecessary complexity where something simpler could be used instead. Thus we were very intrigued to move to project generation. Project generation has a lot of benefits – not committing Xcode files means fewer merge conflicts (truth be told, merge conflicts have become quite rare now!) and also clearer project settings. Unless you are a wizard 🧙♂️, you probably cannot read a project file fluently (and even if you can, it is still very hard to get familiarized with it).
Do you want to develop a new application, but the complexity of native application development is detering you from doing so? Maybe the new concept of software development might help you. It is called progressive web application (PWA). Is it just another buzzword or can PWAs really replace native applications?