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In Digest #59 I posted a link to the excellent article about compilation time in mixes Swift and Obc-C projects. For this digest I found more articles in the field that will help you to understand better what is going on during compilation and how to simplify and speedup this process on both iOS and Android.
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- Create Swift mobile apps with IBM Watson services. Nano (pico?) free course from IBM, creating a simple app for IBM Watson. It’s known service but not widely used in mobile apps. However, it’s incredibly powerful and provides a lot of subservices like low latency voice and image recognition, translation, document conversion, etc.
- iOS — OpenCV and Swift
- Non-contiguous raw value enumerations
- How to Use Apple’s CloudKit for Push Notifications
- Smooth Scrolling in UITableView and UICollectionView
- 5 Core iOS Competencies to Be a Great Hire. Just a list of 5 categories and several technologies you should know in each category.
- Articles about upderstanding and improving build times in Swift and mixes Swift/Objective-C code:
- Lottie is an iOS, Android, and React Native library that renders After Effects animations in real time, allowing apps to use animations as easily as they use static images. 🔥🚀
- How to decrease your Gradle build time by 65%?
- 10 tools which will boost your Android productivity and hype
- Series of articles about constraint layout:
- SimpleRecyclerView. A RecyclerView extension for building list more easily
- Lemniscate. An easy way to make your progress view nice and sleek
Cover photo by Antoine Barrès
If you wrote article or framework for iOS and Android and want it to be published in the next mobile development digest then send me the link.