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Open sourcing Imager - yet another image processing service
Release announcement of Imager - our brand new image processing proxy service. Written in Elixir, it provides easy solution to thumbnailing problem by using URL query string.
The Big Ideas
If you look at the history of Computer Science, you can see that there are few big ideas that keep emerging. Is there a lesson that we may learn from this?
A week before iOS 12
Apple is going to release iOS 12 next week. What does it mean for iOS developers is that they need to start supporting newer version of iOS?
Building Dependencies on iOS with Carthage
In this article I want to share my experience with building dependencies by using Carthage.
Kotlin Delegates in Android - Real Life Examples Part 1
Real life example of using Kotlin delegate in Android. A tricky way to overcome final class inheritance.
Migrate from legacy FCM to FCM HTTP v1
In this article, I will show you how easy is to migrate from Legacy Firebase Cloud Messaging to new FCM HTTP v1 service.
ConstraintLayout 1.1.2 performance test
Speculations about ContraintLayout have been coming back all the time since it saw the light of the day. The view group, praised by creators (Google), which quickly gained a lot of interest among developers is described as "working one" and one of the most efficient layouts. But is it true?
Quick look at new :gen_server handle_continue callback
Erlang OTP 21.0 has been released today and I’m going to describe how new :gen_server handle_continue callback works.
How We Moved a Part of Our Company 8,000 km Away
Boom! Here we are, in a different place, different time zone, opening a remote office. In this article, I will share insight into AppUnite workation project!
How to test User Interface on iOS and Android
In AppUnite we put emphasis not only on quality of code, but on quality of the product as well.
Don't Shoot the Developer!
The moment when a developer touches the keyboard is actually the last part of his job, and probably the easiest one.
Thoughts on how to start up and build a virtual product (PART 1)
In this text I will share my thoughts on starting your business and building mobile/web product.
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