Study reveals the state of mobile application security
Posted on March 28, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) analyzed more than 3,000 popular Android applications to assess the state of mobile app security during the COVID-19 pandemic. By @securitymagazine.com.
How code quality is measured: Android code review at Yalantis
Posted on March 12, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Programmers are the authors of great builds just as writers are the authors of bestselling novels. But behind the scenes, there are always many people who contribute to the process. The best code – like the best products of any type – is the result of collaboration. All programmers, both senior-level software engineers and beginners, occasionally need somebody else to take a fresh look at their code and find issues in it. This is how code quality is ensured at Yalantis. By Kate Abrosimova and Olexander Taran.
Tags java android app-development
How to increase push notification delivery rate in Android?
Posted on December 9, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Notifications are one of the important parts of any application. Almost every application on your mobile device will be sending some or other kind of notification. By Sumit Mishra.
Be effective with Bitrise CI for Android — the lessons learned the hard way
Posted on October 28, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
I'm pretty sure we can all agree on how CI tools support our day to day effectiveness. How they might save dozens of hours spent on non-essential tasks. Yet, it's common to present CI tools as a hassle; slow, bulky, and unreliable pipelines bloated with chaotic events instead of fast, maintainable feedback loop configured to support both product quality and team flexibility. By Maciej Malak.
Full-Stack Flutter: Creating a backend for your app with AWS & serverless
Posted on October 11, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Being such a popular language for new developers, many of those using Flutter don't know how or where to even begin when it comes to setting up a backend for their applications. By BleylDev.
How I created a coronavirus tracker app in just 3 days with Ionic and Firebase
Posted on June 8, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Kapil Raghuwanshi creted this tutorial for any fun of hybrid mobile apps. He is really fond of Hybrid App technologies -- they help us achieve so much in a single codebase. Using the Ionic Framework, author developed a cross-platform mobile solution for tracking Coronavirus cases in just 3 days.
MVVM Architecture -- Android tutorial for beginners, step by step guide
Posted on May 25, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length long
Amit Shekhar put together this interesting tutorial in which you are going to learn about the MVVM architecture in Android and then you will build a project with MVVM architecture.
Lottie for Android primer
Posted on May 21, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length short
Visual design is quite important for an app. The quality of apps has been steadily increased over the years, and the aesthetic part is the area with the biggest improvement in my opinion. By Bevan Steele.
Tags android app-development ios
Kotlin: An illustrated guide to conditionals When and If
Posted on May 12, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In real life, we do different things depending on the circumstances. For example, if it's raining outside, I'll probably grab an umbrella. If it's sunny outside, I'll grab my sunglasses. I do different things depending on the weather. By Dave Leeds.
Adding Auth0 to Ionic Angular app using Auth Connect
Posted on December 2, 2019, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Learn how to secure your Ionic app by adding user authentication with Auth0 and Ionic Auth Connect. A tutorial by Matt Netkow.
Kotlin Multiplatform for Clean Architecture
Posted on August 11, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Jan Freymann wrote this piece about Kotlin and Kotlin Multiplatform, which enables us to write the same code for the JVM as well as LLVM!
Understanding and resolving SELinux denials on Android
Posted on June 10, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length short
An article by Harsh Shandilya on hot topic of security for Android software. SELinux is an acronym for Security-enhanced Linux. It is a security feature built into the Linux kernel that enforces access control for programs via a predefined security policy put in place by the system administrators.