Links for March 5th through March 19th
Switching from native iOS to Ionic: Why Hybrid doesn’t suck (anymore) – still like building native iOS Apps. But more and more, I tend to just make it hybrid the first time. It just feels like any other app in most cases, and in the end you have an app for
Jibber makes network debugging a breeze – JSON & iOS – Jibber makes network debugging a breeze. Simply drag and drop the provided framework into your Xcode project and follow the instructions.
Installable Web Apps with the WebApp Manifest in Chrome for Android – The Manifest for Web applications is a simple JSON file that gives you, the developer, the ability to control how your app appears to the user in the areas that they would expect to see apps (for example the mobile homescreen), direct what the user can lau
Simplify the DAO with Spring and Java Generics – This article will focus on simplifying the DAO layer by using a single, generified Data Access Object for all entities in the system, which will result in elegant data access, with no unnecessary clutter or verbosity.
Java Annotated Monthly – March 2015 #jetbrains – On the Java Annotated Monthly, you can find news and articles that speak less, but say more – so you can write less, and do more.
Interview with Tor Norbye: the Present and the Future of Developer Tools for Android – Two months ago Google rolled out Android Studio, their brand new IDE for Android developers. The new IDE, built on top of IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition, has replaced ADT, a plugin for Eclipse, changing “developer experience” for millions of Android devel
Swift 1.2 – highlights and a few practical examples of the new features and changes – I'll take a look at the highlights and show a few practical examples of the new features and changes in Swift 1.2.
Architecting Your App for WatchKit with Natasha Murashev (Video) by @natashatherobot – In this talk, Natasha shared advanced techniques for sharing data between your iOS app and your WatchKit Extension and how to best architect your project for this purpose.