Weekend good reads for Android developers, issue #39 (38/2022)

The weekend is in progress but we are sharing some interesting articles with you:

How to automate your UI testing using Maestro

UI testing is usually ignored. The main reason why it is like that is the complexity of most of test frameworks. The Maestro library changes the way you think about UI testing and in my opinion can be considered as great tool.

Type modelling in Kotlin
Jan Mostert shares several examples of how using Kotlin features can help better model data and errors in your code.

Writing your own CoroutineContext Element

How to pause a coroutine

How to break a coroutine cancellation

As you can see Vasiliy Nikitin created series of blogposts about coroutines which I strongly recommend to review.

Web3 Series: Intro for developers

The first blog of the Web3.0 series from me so if you are interested in NFT, DeFi, Web3 it can be for you.

Thats all for this weekend, have a nice one!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #29

Hopefully you've made it through WWDC session short list. Let's add some reading. Apple brought up many interesting topics.

And that's it for today. There might be more articles shared next week, be ready!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #28, catching up

Long time no see. Let's get back with good reads for the weekend before WWDC22. Monday will give us much more news for the next year, but today let's take a look on couple of interesting articles.

That's it for this weekend. Next week will be quite packed with things to read and watch!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #27

Here are some good reads for upcoming weekend.

And that's it for today. Have a nice weekend!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #23

Another week is almost over, another set of articles is ready for this weekend.

And that is it for today. Have a nice weekend!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #15

Good reads for the weekend. Here are some great articles to read.

And that's it, have a nice weekend!

Weekend good reads for Android developers, issue #12 (48/2021)

As usual, we have some interesting reads for you for this weekend 🙂

Keep your App secure with dependency check

DependencyCheck is a tool to verify that third-party libraries which you use don’t have security holes.

It has never been easier to understand how to write Unit Tests on Android

Begüm Yazıcı explains what Unit tests are, why we should write them, and how to write them.

The “misbehaving” foreground service in Android

Leon Chiver encountered random crashes on starting a foreground service. Here's how he tracked down the issue and fixed it.

I think that this week we have one must watch or read content:
Compose Multiplatform 1.0 is going live!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #8

Welcome to Weekend Good Reads for Apple developers, eighth episode. There is so much to share this week.

But first things first. As you know, Swift team now allows backporting of Swift Concurrency features to previous releases. So, we'll need to recap.

Have a nice weekend! And be ready for Swift Structured Concurrency!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #4

Good reads, Apple edition, fourth edition is here. New weekend and new articles to read.

Have a nice weekend!