Extend your love of Kotlin to several operating systems, including iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and WebAssembly!
Users expect to interact with your company when and how they choose to. This can include on the web, in mobile applications, via chatbots and voice assistants, and via wearable devices. How can your company provide a high-quality experience for users across all these platforms?
At Big Nerd Ranch, we take pride in building quality apps for our clients. Unfortunately, quality isn’t the only concern when building an app for your business. Often, it’s also important to get these apps to the App Store as quickly as possible.
Kotlin Multiplatform is quickly becoming a solid contender in the multiplatform solution space. This article explains what makes the platform stand out against the competition and what to expect for Kotlin Multiplatform in 2020 and beyond.
How can you detect when the user connects their phone to their car’s stereo? This simple question that came up during a feature brainstorm session proved to have a surprisingly complicated answer. Let’s dive in.
Automate your build and deploy process with fastlane and CircleCI! We’ll build on our fastlane commands from Part 1 and show how to configure CircleCI to invoke them automatically.
Automate your build and deploy process with fastlane and CircleCI! In this first part, we’ll describe our current process and illustrate how we can reduce it down to a series of fastlane commands.