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iOS Debugging Tips & Tricks

Every developer knows that debugging is important. We spend a lot of time on creating breakpoints, stopping program executions and looking for solutions. There are some nice tips and tricks that help us to do it effectively. Here I will show you some of them.
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In 2017, we have seen an increased interest in the question of code sharing across React and React Native, mostly after Nicolas Gallagher took to the stage at React Rally to talk about react-native-web, a solution he has been using to build a web version of Twitter. The first minor version of the package (0.1.0) was released October that year, and earlier, in March, Microsoft published reactxp to NPM. Since then, both libraries have been actively maintained, albeit by a limited number of contributors. They are currently the only production-proven options for experimenting with “truly” cross-platform React, targeting Native and Web with a single code base.
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One of the many reasons why it is believed that the development of mobile applications is long and tedious is the problem with lack of a specific architecture for mobile apps, especially for Android. The situation has been improving for some time thanks to the different approach of Google, which started suggesting a certain architecture for Android apps. Google is now suggesting to use the MVVM architecture. However, the problem still exists.
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As you may know, at Netguru we work on many different applications at the same time. It’s not uncommon for multiple projects to use the same dependencies, such as Kingfisher, PromiseKit, etc. What is more, not every library provides itself as a zip file. In that situation, Carthage has to compile the dependency, and that of course takes time. Multiple this by X, where X is the number of projects in your organization that use the same library and, in case the cache is empty on your CI server, you lost quite a lot of time. But there is a way to make it faster. Omnes viae Romam ducunt.
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Setting Up a Flutter Project

Flutter is a new cross-platform framework, developed by Google, which allows creating beautiful user interfaces that run from a single code base on iOS and Android. We started to learn Flutter while it was in beta release and we learned a lot. In this article, we want to share some fresh tips and thoughts about Flutter development.
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Flutter Ultimate Guide

Flutter is mobile application framework which is getting more and more popular. We are glad that we have created strong Flutter team in our company. In this blog post, we would like to include most of the resources that we were using during forming Flutter team.
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According to Google it is possible for almost six months now. Exactly since September 19, 2018 when Flutter Release Preview 2: Pixel-Perfect on iOS blog post appeared on Google Developers Blog. Unfortunately, it is really difficult to achieve. Let's see the state of the union now when Flutter 1.0 is available.
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Philips Hue in Android

Over the last years, we have been able to observe the growth of the Internet of Things market. Currently, a range of stores offer many "smart" products, from refrigerators, through air purifiers, to kettles.
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Over the past few years, React Native has become a popular choice for the Android and iOS apps development. The cross-platform code sharing promise is undoubtedly the most tempting feature of this technology. Despite being a very popular choice React Native is not a holy grail and has its own limitations. There are companies which already decided to change their mobile tech stack radically and switch to platform-native development of their existing apps.
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Quick Review - Indoorway SDK

Indoorway SDK Beacons have been constantly gaining popularity since 2013 when Apple introduced the iBeacon technology in 2013, and Google their Eddystone in 2015. Today, beacons are used in airports, stadiums, and shopping malls. Mobile marketers are showing more and more interest in this technology every year, and today it is valued at about 98 billion dollars.
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