In this blog post, I present the technological stack we use at Ackee frontend team for building modern web applications. We have a few different stacks for concrete use cases, but almost all of them are derived from JAMstack architecture, which has gained popularity in recent years. (more…)
Apple has recently announced a new ArgumentParser library that leverages property wrappers and is a great example of a well-written declarative API. But the declarative nature of it comes with some drawbacks – mainly that if you need to do something custom that the library is not built for, you will need to get creative. (more…)
Performance matters. It is especially true for audio performance, where you want the audio to be as smooth as possible. In this article I will have a look at various available options you can use in your high performance audio app on Android. But first, we need to understand the motivation behind high performance audio. Why is it important? What problems are we trying to solve? What apps are we actually talking about?
In Ackee we, Android developers, are mostly dealing with Play Store-oriented apps, aimed at the general public. Shared economy, food and grocery delivery, car management, education, job finding, advertising: apps in these areas are usually easily discoverable and aren’t limited to specific organizations, devices or accounts. But sometimes, our client’s requirement is to develop an internal app for their corporation with different access levels, limitations, remote configuration and strong emphasis on security. Ticketing, logistics, courier navigation are some of the use cases for enterprise apps closed to the public.