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In this article you will learn how to properly authenticate users using login and password credentials and avoid common pitfalls
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There is a nice little tool I’d like to tell you about and it’s called strong_migrations. Let’s dig into it.
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Open source projects are all over the web and they can solve almost any problem that we, as developers, encounter.  I, as a frontend developer, use open-source products all the time starting from popular libraries like Bootstrap or Lodash and finishing with small ones, for example for handling scroll animations. This made me think about why open-source projects are so popular despite not providing any income to the creators. So I dug into the topic to find out.
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Let's try Firebase

In a nutshell, Firebase is an ecosystem of Google tools that can be used to build full-stack applications. It’s categorized as a backend-as-a-service (or BaaS) which gives developers the opportunity to create applications without the hassle of setting up the backend.
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After the last SwiftUI update, there is no short answer from Apple regarding when to use what component when creating a new app or moving from the UIKit. In this article, I explain the basics of the new and related components presented at WWDC2020 session and suggest when to use them.
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Some time ago, Google introduced a new part of Android Jetpack, DataStore. It’s a library that is supposed to replace SharedPreferences. This is the reason for the catchy title: Sooner or later, all of us will probably be forced to switch to DataStore.
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A short summary of my learning experience and passing the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam.
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This article presents a way of bridging native components in React Native applications.
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Click and Collect is becoming more and more popular nowadays. During the COVID-19 pandemic it became crucial to move from classic retail to e-commerce. Some of you tried this service when using apps such as Żappka or Tesco Click and Collect. Most of the apps available in the App Store or the Google Play Store were built natively, so we tried to create our Click and Collect app using React Native to speed up the development process.
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