Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration is key to any successful software, automating our build and release pipelines is a strategic matter. However, mobile apps are a special case, they are compiled applications, and there is no "Configuration" support out of the box like we have in web products web.config and appsettings.json. The lack of configuration support on mobile … Continue reading Build Once Release Everywhere – APK
Recently I have caught myself dealing a LOT with the low-level SQLite engine, trying to squeeze the most out of this amazing and flexible database provider. I have learnt a couple of things that I did not know, and I would love to share some of it with the mobile developer community! First of all, … Continue reading SQLite Tips and Tricks for Mobile Developers
Hey Xamarin Developers! In case you did not know, next month from July 11 to July 12 it will be held in Houston - TX, the biggest 100% focused on Xamarin conference that we have seen since the good old Evolve. Community Driven This conference is 100% community organized and driven, Dan Siegel decided to put his … Continue reading Xamarin Developers Summit 2019 – 5 reasons why you have to be there!
In mobile applications, data is a critical matter: It always has to be available and ready to your users. This is even more true for enterprise applications, if data takes a long time to load, sync or is only partially downloaded from the server, it will reflect very poorly on your product quality. Internet instability … Continue reading Data Startup in Mobile Applications – part I
February is the Xamarin Month and I was designated to post on the 10th, so here I am! I would also like to thank Luis Matos for putting up this event together. This year's theme is Love and Friendship with this in mind, I'm sharing the story of what drove me to write this custom control. Last year while … Continue reading FFImageLoading + Lottie = 😍
Hello devs! Today I would like to share with you a OSS lib that me and a couple of friends @DylanBerry and @ChaseFlorell have developed, its the HttpTracer lib. We oftentimes find our selves trying to figure out how to setup a proper way to see the requests and response information that our software exchange … Continue reading Presenting HttpTracer Library
Do you ever wonder if the code you are writing is good? If it is the best you can do? How do you know if the classes you are building are extensible? If the architecture you created for your app will actually make it's maintenance less scary? Well, I believe that these thoughts never go … Continue reading Architecting your app http service – Consuming rest APIs