Creating Truly Modular Code with No Dependencies

Creating Truly Modular Code with No Dependencies

Developing software is great, but… I think we can all agree it can be a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. At the beginning, everything is great. You add new features one after another in a matters of days if not hours. You’re on a roll! Fast forward a few months, and your development speed decreases. […]

Android and iOS UI Testing with Calabash

Android and iOS UI Testing with Calabash

Testing is an essential part of any mobile app development process. Whether you are automating such tests or not, no sane developer considers their work to be done unless they have tested their app. A well-tested app usually goes through multiple steps of testing: Unit testing, integration testing, acceptance testing, and so on. As your […]

Implementing a Pixel-perfect iOS UI Design

Implementing a Pixel-perfect iOS UI Design

You’ve probably heard the phrase “pixel-perfect design” countless times, without even considering what it means, or what it should mean. In recent months, there’s a chance you’ve been hearing about the decline of the pixel-perfect design concept, but there’s a small problem with those claims, especially when it comes to iOS UI design. Namely, the […]

The curious case of old electronic devices – #CleanUpCashOut

The curious case of old electronic devices – #CleanUpCashOut

It’s easy to purchase electronic devices such as smartphones, computers, and laptops but it is very difficult to sell them. You will never be able to sell the gadgets for the price you purchased. The #CleanUpCashOut process is very difficult than you imagine. You will face several hurdles while selling or disposing of old electronic devices. […]

Interview With Ed LaHood On ARKit, Thyng 4.0 And Beyond

Interview With Ed LaHood On ARKit, Thyng 4.0 And Beyond

Apple released iOS 11 on September 12. The ARKit included with the iOS 11 brings AR to the masses since brands such as IKEA and Tesla are prepped to let consumers rearrange furniture and customize cars. With the brand new ARKit app Thyng 4.0, you won’t be confined to pre-built brand experiences and will be […]

Guide to Spring Boot REST API Error Handling

Guide to Spring Boot REST API Error Handling

Handling errors correctly in APIs while providing meaningful error messages is a very desirable feature, as it can help the API client properly respond to issues. The default behavior tends to be returning stack traces that are hard to understand and ultimately useless for the API client. Partitioning the error information into fields also enables […]

Happy Grandparents Day – My Sweet Memories

Happy Grandparents Day – My Sweet Memories

Grandparents are precious and special. I was fortunate to have spent quality time with my Grandparents during my childhood days. I still cherish them. I remember what they have done for me. I usually visit my native pace during March and April months after my annual school exams. First, I visit my Mother’s village named […]

iOS ARKit Tutorial: Drawing in the Air with Bare Fingers

iOS ARKit Tutorial: Drawing in the Air with Bare Fingers

Recently, Apple announced its new augmented reality (AR) library named ARKit. For many, it looked like just another good AR library, not a technology disruptor to care about. However, if you take a look at AR progress in the past couple of years, one shouldn’t be too quick to draw such conclusions. In this post, […]

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