As you know- I lately left my comfort zone, closed Android Studio and dive straight into a scary, rough sea called Web Development. An integral part of building web apps is working with CSS. For the ones that not familiar with Cascading Style Sheet- this is how web developers design their web pages, give it some life and structure, add animations and lose their sanity while doing so.Read on →
In my previous post, I talked about a couple of things I notice after moving from my usual gig as an Android developer and doing some web development (especially React).
As promised, after naming some things that Android can learn from the web development world, I will now focus on the other side- what can web developers can borrow from the Android world.Read on →
In the last Google I/O, Google announced a new architecture components. One of them is Room. Room is an (another) ORM solution for the Android developers. Combining with some other elements Google released (like LiveData, ViewModel, and Lifecycle Listeners)- basic app flows should be much simpler.Read on →
In the last couple of months, I started my new journey, leaving my Android position behind and started doing some web development. Working on those 2 platforms has many differences, I can’t say the one is better than the other, but there are many things that those 2 worlds can learn from each other.Read on →
As a geek I often imagine situations in life as a math equations and graphs (don’t you all do it too? What’s wrong with you people?!). In this post I’ll try to describe some situations is the tech life as graphs:Read on →
Lately I needed to build some kind of overlay screen that looks like the one that shows when you open the phone when you don’t have a lock screen. This is a simple overlay screen that should be dismissable when the user swipe it out from the lower part of the screen Read on →