This post highlights the benefits of using Android Jetpack and the Lifecycles components to guarantee integrity of your view’s data
This post will take you through the steps of using environment variables from within you Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio for Mac
I love using Square’s Picasso library whenever I need to load images into my Android applications. It lets me load images from the internet into ImageViews with a single line of code.
I took it upon myself to converting a couple of my domains to use Let’s Encrypt in order to offer a secure connection to them. If you haven’t heard about Let’s Encrypt by now you’ have probably been living under a rock. If that’s the case though, have a read at this page and you’ll get up to speed with it.
I’ve seen this question being asked on StackOverflow so many times I event thought about writing a bot to automatically reply to it.
So the time has come for me to move on and accept a new challenge. As of the October 20th, I’ll be joining Twilio as a Developer Evangelist.
Modulecounts came to my attention, and I thought the idea was pretty neat.
I wanted to be able to send SMS messages with Dart, and because it doesn’t actually support it natively (not that I would expect it to anyway), I decided to write a library that allows me to do just that.
This is a very simple example of how to create files with Dart. I am working on another example that involves file manipulation, but thought I’d quickly post this one here as to have it out of the way.