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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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This article presents a way of bridging native components in React Native applications.
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Foldable phones are getting more and more popular. Companies are racing to get the best foldable experience out ASAP. What’s in it for us? A mix of opportunities and pitfalls ^^!
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In this blog post, we are building an Apple App Store sticky header from The Sims Mobile product page.
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In the summer of 2019 Apple made a rather huge announcement - now it’s possible to train machine learning models right on your iOS device! The first time I heard about it I became extremely excited and couldn’t wait to dive into the research. However, life is life and it took me 10 months to actually do it. In this blog post I would like to invite you on a machine learning journey with me. We’ll start from an overall review of the feature, then take a quick look at the pros and cons, and of course try it ourselves! Let’s start 🚘
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Introduction Recently, our iOS security team was looking for a security analysis tool and we tested MobSF as one of our solutions. MobSF is a tool recommended by OWASP in its Mobile Security Testing Guide. It has binary analysis, source code analysis, and dynamic analysis, but sadly dynamic analysis is only available on Android. MobSF has many security testing options and has really great potential. There was one problem though, it only supported Objective-C for iOS code analysis. 
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Android Dark Theme

Introduction Android 10 brings us lots of new features. In my opinion, one of the most interesting is the Dark theme. Most likely everyone would agree that using very bright applications at night is uncomfortable. Some apps support more eye-friendly themes at night, but every application needs to be configured separately. Wouldn’t it be great to make the system and apps dark with a single click or even have it turned on automatically? Well, Android 10 makes it much more user-friendly both for the end-user and the developer.
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Certificate Pinning in iOS

Introduction Certificate pinning is one of the basic security mechanisms of network communication. Every developer should be aware of it. The OWASP security organization includes it in their “General Best Practices” and “iOS Specific Best Practices”. This shows how important this topic is.
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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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