Flexible Layouts with Swift and UIStackview

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In this post we will build a Sign In and Password Recovery form with a single flexible layout, using Swift and the UIStackView class,...

Is React Native is really Native framework?

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This article by Vladimir Novick, author of the book React Native - Building Mobile Apps with JavaScript, introduces the concept of how the the...

Building RESTful web services with Kotlin

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Kotlin has been eating up the Java world. It has already become a hit in the Android Ecosystem which was dominated by Java and...
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How to integrate Firebase with NativeScript for cross-platform app development

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NativeScript is now considered as one of the hottest platforms attracting developers. By using XML, JavaScript (also Angular), minor CSS for the visual aspects,...

Booting Up Android System Using PXE/NFS

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In this article by Roger Ye, the author of the book Android System Programming, introduces two challenges present in most of the embedded Linux system...
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Getting started with Kotlin programming

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Learning a programming language is a daunting experience for many people and not one that most individuals generally choose to undertake. Regardless of the problem...

Customizing Kernel and Boot Sequence

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In this article by Ivan Morgillo and Stefano Viola, the authors of the book Learning Embedded Android N Programming, you will learn about the kernel...

How to Build an Android To-Do App with PhoneGap, HTML and jQuery

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In this post, we are going to create a simple HTML 5, JavaScript, and CSS application then use PhoneGap to build it and turn...

How to Convert POJO to JSON Using Gson in Android Studio

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JSON has become the defacto standard of data exchange on the web. Compared to its cousin XML, it is smaller in size and faster...

LLDB and the Command Line

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In this article by Stuart Grimshaw, authors of the book Mastering macOS Programming, we're going to shift up a gear and reach deep into...

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Understanding the Foundation of Protocol-oriented Design

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When Apple announced Swift 2 at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in 2016, they also declared that Swift was the world’s first protocol-oriented...

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