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I’m all-in on using SwiftUI to build iOS apps. I find it so much simpler than wrangling with storyboards and UIKit. Unfortunately, there are still occasions when SwiftUI doesn’t let you do what you need-forcing you to break out into UIKit.
Android has been on the edge of evolution for a while recently, with updates to
1.2.0. It has deprecated
startActivityForResult in favour of
It was one of the first fundamentals that any Android developer has learned, and the backbone of Android's way of communicating between two components…
In this article, we will explore and learn how to build a splash screen with SplashScreen API, which was introduced in Android 12.
It is the first view that is shown to a user as soon as you tap on the app icon. If you notice a blank white screen…
When building a mobile app, there’s a good chance that you want it to pull in data from a cloud service-whether from your own or from a third party. While other technologies are growing (e.g., GraphQL and MongoDB Realm Sync), REST APIs are still prevalent.
It’s easy to make a…
In the previous post in this series, we saw how to migrate your Realm data when you upgraded your iOS app with a new schema. But, that only handled the data in your local, standalone Realm database. What if you’re using MongoDB Realm Sync to replicate your local Realm data…
Murphy’s law dictates that as soon as your mobile app goes live, you’ll receive a request to add a new feature. Then another. Then another.
This is fine if these features don’t require any changes to your data schema. But, that isn’t always the case.
Fortunately, Realm has built-in functionality…
This tutorial is focused on those developers who have a Realm application and want to create an alert monitoring system that sends an SMS every time a new error appears in our application.
Currently, there are three ways to access the logs of our system:
As per Google, “Jetpack Compose is Android’s modern toolkit for building native UI. It simplifies and accelerates UI development on Android. Quickly bring your app to life with less code, powerful tools, and intuitive Kotlin APIs”.
In my words, it’s a revolutionary declarative way of creating (or should I say…
Hello Everyone, I am Henna :) and this is my 3rd article in the MongoDB Realm Sync series.
So far in the 2 articles, we have learned to create:
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