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Flutter BLoC is a great architecture pattern, which was warmly welcomed by the community. But it wasn't created just for mobile applications. It was introduced as a pattern that allows for sharing up to 50% of code between Flutter and AngularDart applications. In this blog post, I will share the experience of converting my Flutter to the web app and I will compare this solution to Flutter For Web.
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This post is a short summary of our recent experiment with WASM and Blazor (.NET)
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There can be many reasons to prevent screenshot-taking in a React Native application, but keep in mind that it is bad protection for secure data or anything that user should not save, see or remember. A simple example of a work-around is to take a photo of the device with another one. Anyway, is it even possible?
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In this post you’ll know: What Accelerate is? Why it is worth to know it? Why SIMD makes calculations even easier? How to start research with Accelerate and SIMD? How to implement simple custom real-time video filter.
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Embrace the Dark Mode

Embrace the Dark Mode Most developers already installed Xcode 11 and worked through various issues that recent iOS SDK brings to our projects. If you haven’t done it yet and want to know what to expect or you are looking for a quick solution to your problem, we’ve got you covered with a few simple tips and advice.
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Android + Coroutines = ❤️ in 2020?

Over the past few years, RxJava – along with RxKotlin extensions – was considered a first-class choice when it comes to asynchronous programming on Android. However, since Kotlin Coroutines API was announced stable, it’s considered a more lightweight and exciting alternative to Rx more and more often.
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Many Android Developers have had some bad experiences using Fragments. There are many issues connected to them, e.g. the lifecycle or animations to name a few. Fortunately, the Android team addressed some of these problems in the two latest releases of the Fragments library. The most recent version is still a Release Candidate but in this article, I want to show what functionalities it will bring and what the future of Fragments will look like.
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Mobilization IX Summary

At the end of October, with part of the Mobile team, we took part in Mobilization IX - a conference dedicated to mobile technologies. Its main scope is the development of mobile solutions aimed at smartphones and tablets, with a particular interest in Android and iOS. 
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Getting Started With Flutter BLoC

I have to admit it. My first experience with Flutter was not great. It was very unstable when I started working with it, and what put me off was the lack of architecture patterns. It was hard for me to easily structure my app, and I had to create custom logic for good communication between components. So I abandoned my Flutter projects and waited for what the time will bring.
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Improve Your Services Using Dry-rb Stack

The service objects layer is a crucial part of the Ruby on Rails backend. This is the places where most of the business logic is stored. This is the places that we want to keep in the best possible shape. For that purpose, I have started using some of the gems from the Dry-rb stack. In this blog post, I will try to share with you some solutions based on the Dry-rb gems that can make your services even better.
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