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How to close a React Native modal with a button

I’ve been working with React Native lately, and I’ve come across a few unimplemented features I needed to add to the basic components. One of those components is the React Native Modal component that is used to show a view above another one. It doesn’t promise more features than that, but it can be very useful to implement your own ...

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How To Debug Websites On Android With Different Browsers?

We all know that a lot of web traffic worldwide came from mobile devices these days. But have you ever wondered exactly what percentage of it is coming from mobile? Well, mobile devices account for around 50% of the web traffic, which is continually increasing. This is why having a mobile-first approach in 2020 is not just a suggestion. It ...

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Creating a Flutter Web & Android & iOS Application

I recently created a flutter web, flutter iOS and flutter Android Application. This is a short account of my experience with the same. Especially with so much hype around flutter web, I was very excited to try it out and see it for myself. Spoiler alert: It was an absolute pleasure working with flutter web!. I wouldn’t lie I was ...

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High Demand Android App Development Skills

project management

In this article, we are talking about android app development skills for app development. The standard Integrate Development Environment for Android developers is the Android studio. Android developers use the XML to create a foundational UI for android applications. The market of mobile apps is growing rapidly and if you are considering a career in mobile app development we have ...

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Java vs Kotlin for Android Development

Mobile technology is one of the most disruptive innovations in the world today. Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS, are the operating systems used primarily in mobile technology, such as smart-phones and tablets. For almost two decades, Java was the prime language to build Android applications. This language was ruling the world of Android until the birth of a new language Kotlin. A ...

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TIP: Activate via URL and Send Arguments


The most secure password in the world is the one that doesn’t exist. You remove the user from the equation with a completely random key. To be fair this has some drawbacks and a password still exists somewhere (in your phone/email) but generally this works rather well…​ The trick is simple, if we want to authenticate a user we can ...

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Gradle Dependencies for Java, use compile or implementation?

While I was explaining to a colleague about using Gradle for Java projects (he was moving away from Maven), we came across various code samples. Some of the examples were using the compile configuration for dependencies, while others were using implements and api. dependencies { compile 'commons-httpclient:commons-httpclient:3.1' compile 'org.apache.commons:commons-lang3:3.5' } dependencies { api 'commons-httpclient:commons-httpclient:3.1' implementation 'org.apache.commons:commons-lang3:3.5' } This post was ...

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