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A huge amount of a developer’s daily work is debugging. It’s the thing that makes this job really annoying, however on the other hand, resolving an issue and making something work is such an amazing feeling that being a developer is still worth it.
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There are various types of testing and many quality assurance techniques. You can choose from methods ranging from manual testing, through unit tests, functional test, to end-to-end tests. Each testing technique brings additional value to the project and improves its quality. Some of those techniques are also confused or misused.
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Google began sending emails notifying about the coming changes in the Google Play Store policy. Starting from November 1, 2018, every app uploaded as a new application or an update of a previously launched app has to target Android Oreo (API level 26) or higher.
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The Android development landscape is changing at a neck-breaking pace. Emerging technologies change the way users interact with their devices, but they also improve the development process. It’s not an easy task to guess what the next few months, let alone the next year, will bring to mobile. We decided to give it a go and gathered five senior Android developers who talked about the future of mobile development and what we should expect to happen next year. Our experts: Maciej Janusz, Mikołaj Lenart, Paweł Bocheński, Marcin Oziemski share their Android development predictions for the upcoming year 2019.
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Including machine learning (ML) capabilities can add a lot of value to your product. Today’s customers expect applications to be tailored to their precise needs, and machine learning is increasingly becoming the go-to solution.
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Android has a whopping 85.9-percent share in the mobile OS market. Even if you’re an iPhone enthusiast yourself, these numbers can’t be argued with – Google’s operating system is an extremely important part of the modern technology landscape.
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React Native lets you build native mobile apps using only JavaScript. It uses the same design as React, letting you compose a rich mobile UI from declarative components. It basically allows you to reuse your code for writing apps for Android and iOS. “Write once, use everywhere” was one of the most popular slogans for this technology when it came out.
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You have an idea, maybe a product, maybe a website, maybe an interesting service. Any of the above surely prompted you to start with a mobile application. A simple and obvious idea - but what’s next? You would probably want to know about the time scope and budget you will need to invest in the project, so you know whether the idea will pay off. This is where estimation comes into play.
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To say that mobile development is the future would be an understatement – it also dominates the present. Mobile devices (think smartphones) have overtaken desktop machines (such as laptops and old-school workstations) in Internet use back in 2016, and the trend has only progressed since then. Plainly speaking, if your website or product is not usable on mobile devices, you are set to lose over 50% of your potential customers right off the bat.
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In 2016, React Native was one of the rising technologies giving a great promise to save on development time but also carrying some risks. No one really knew in which direction it would go, whether it would last or become forgotten. We decided to take a bet and invest in the research on React Native. Today, we know it paid off, and React Native is here to stay. Facebook’s framework has been leveraged by big players such as Tesla, Instagram, and Airbnb. Airbnb has recently shared their experience with RN on their blog. After having delivered  20 projects and with 15 RN developers on board, we want to share what happened over the past 18 months of our journey with this technology.
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