Mobile News Monthly Digest - October 2018
Hi friends and folks!
Today we will cover the most interesting insights and links connected to Native Mobile, iOS, Android. Hope you will enjoy it.
General news and updates:
- Copy/paste detector for programming source code. Is a tool for detect copy/paste "design pattern" in programming source code. Support Java, Kotlin, Swift and many other languages.
iOS news and updates:
- Undocumented features iOS 12
- Access Control Management with Swift.
This article shows how to implement a simple attributed role-based access control framework in Swift.
- Mastering MVVM on iOS
- 7 iOS Tips that Will Save You Hours of Time. This article shows the benefits of network testing, wrapping up complex API-s, routing and some other points that can help us towards the goal of writing better and easily understandable code.
Android news and updates:
A Beginner’s Guide to Setting up OpenCV Android Library on Android Studio. As most of the guides on setting up the library on Android are outdated or not complete this dead simple guide may be useful.
Introducing InboxRecyclerView, a library for building expandable descendant navigation. InboxRecyclerView — a library for building expandable descendant navigation with a pull-to-dismiss gesture.
Icing on the Slice: Providing more value to users with multiple actions. Adding multiple actions to your Slices provide a quick way for users to navigate directly to a screen they’re interested in within your app. These actions can be modified based on how people use your app so you always provide actions that are most relevant to each user. Getting this right means users won’t have to go searching through your app for the specific functionality they want. They can see exactly what they want in your Slice and act on it appropriately.
Modularizing your flavored Android project. This article focuses on how to deal with library modules which require flavors. If you have 2–3 flavors and only a few modules, you can ignore this article. However, if you’re dealing with a larger number of either, you might find our solution quite useful and worth considering.