Creating a splash screen for Android and iOS devices in Flutter using flutter_native_splash or native approaches.
Flutter & Android Developer
This article explains how to keep API Keys secure in Android, iOS, and Flutter Projects and be able to use them in local development as well as on CI.
Are you considering building a new mobile app and think which to choose native or hybrid? We pointed out the key areas to help you with the decision.
Let’s take a look at what true native mobile application development has to offer according to experts in mobile apps development.
Fatih Kagan Emre
A view of our iOS developer, Fatih on matter of combine framework with UIKit.
A continuation of our story about the Continuous Integration system that we are using at AppUnite to test and deploy our software every day.
Our little story about CI infrastructure that we've been working on and which is used for building iOS applications.
In this article, Lukasz from our iOS team, shares his experience, best practices and what can go wrong with supporting multiple languages in your iOS app.
In this article Szymon from our iOS team, presents ideas for testing in three different frameworks - Combine, ReactiveSwift and RxSwift.
AppUnite team resolves the problem of updating dependencies with a simple script running automatically. Easy solution for software development teams.
Developer’s perspective on Apple’s conference and upcoming opportunities for digital products.
In this article Szymon, our iOS developer, takes a look at open source problems of modern iOS applications and tries to find a simple rules of thumb for each of them.
In this article, I write about a slightly different approach to MVVM, one that overcomes classic implementation problems.
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?
In this article I want to share my experience with building dependencies by using Carthage.
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