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This is how I figured out how Instagram zoom works

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We find features by accident, right? That’s what happened to me this afternoon.

I’m learning Swift since a quite bunch of time (1/2 months), usually, I like to experiment and try to replicate “big apps/websites” features. That it’s quite easy when you want to replicate something on the web, as a web developer you have the browser dev tools that show you the source code, but…

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Federico Vitale

Federico Vitale

FrontEnd Engineer. Secretly in love with strong typed languages. Sharing what I learn 🇮🇹

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