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UIAlertController with Function Builders
I always found the UIAlertController API too verbose. You first have to create an instance of UIAlertController, then create multiple instances of UIAlertAction and finally add the actions to the controller. In this post, I will show you how we can leverage the new Swift 5.1 feature of Function Builders to create a simplified and highly readable API.
March 5, 2020
An overview of reactive programming with Android
The Android platform is asynchronous by nature. And so are android apps. Information is flowing asynchronously through your app, from multiple sources. The system will trigger your broadcast receivers, forward intents, and recreate your UI on each configuration change. The user will keep interacting with the UI, and network requests may respond (or eventually fail) at any moment.
October 21, 2019, by Achraf Amil
The use of cross platform framework in Android Top 100 apps
Since the emergence of mobile apps, cross platform has always been a recurring question. React Native, thanks to a massive investment of Facebook, and the popularity of its web cousin React, is now getting a lot of publicity.
October 14, 2019, by Hugo Hache
How to make the best of protocol with associatedTypes using type erasure
Protocols with associated type, first let's see what Apple says about them:
May 15, 2019, by Denis Poifol
Why you should use TDD to build your app
To better code requires to be rigorous and methodical in testing. But it's not easy to pick a test methodology. You may also ask yourself whether to write tests before or after development. TDD is a response to this questions. Discover an overview of this method through its fundamental principles, major advantages and some rules you need to follow to make good use of it.
February 8, 2019, by Aïssa Henni
How to leverage HTTP cache in iOS
January 16, 2019, by Pierre Felgines
Conference - API Days favorites
The parisian edition of APIDays took place on the 11th and 12th December. With 5 tracks of 12 talks every day, there is plenty to say. Here is a digest of the talks that engaged us the most in the technical API Design & Architecture.
January 9, 2019, by Hugo Hache
Augment your Ruby back end with Elixir
Ruby is a wonderful language to develop back ends. However concurrency is not its strength. We present here our experience with Elixir, aiming at making up for this weakness, within our specifications tool Pericles.
December 21, 2018, by Hugo Hache
Reverse-engineer Apple Maps overlay UI
December 11, 2018, by Serena Dapsens
Reasons for using Jupyter
November 19, 2018, by Adrien Couque