Live updates can get your users information they need sooner, and prevent them from operating off of outdated information. To explore the topic, we’ll create an app that allows us to receive notifications from services like GitHub, Netlify, and Heroku. In part 2 we’ll create a React Native client app using Expo.
Live updates can get your users information they need sooner, and prevent them from operating off of outdated information. To explore the topic, we’ll create an app that allows us to receive notifications from services like GitHub, Netlify, and Heroku. For our first post, we’ll create the Node backend that will store and route our messages.
In NodeJS’s CommonJS module system, a module could only export one object: the one assigned to module.exports. The ES6 module system adds a new flavor of export on top of this, the default export. This allows you to both communicate the module’s primary function while still providing access to ancillary functions.
ConstraintLayout chains are great, but they only work for one row of items. What if you have too many items to fit on one row? Learn how to use ConstraintLayout Flow to handle this case.
Another year, and another Android Dev Summit has wrapped up. We wanted to share the biggest highlights from the conference in case you missed it.
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.
The Roaring Twenties: a time to remember, building a static site with Gatsby.js that has absoluting nothing to do with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby or the Twenties. Our static site can fix that… with the help of Netlify’s lambda functions and some static site plugins, we’ll have a little tribute page up and running in no time.
So you’ve watched the CameraX introduction at Google I/O 2019 and you saw all the cool image manipulation and face detection implemented in the demo apps. Then you worked through the CameraX CodeLab, but the analysis that they demonstrate in that app just calculates the luminosity. What if we want something a little flashier?