#274 — September 20, 2019

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Mobile Developer Weekly
Cross-platform mobile news, views, and developments

Za'e Johnson recommends

iOS and iPadOS 13: The MacStories Review — A rather epic and incredibly indepth and screenshot heavy 29 page review of the latest iOS release that came out this week. Even if you’re not running it yourself, this review places you right in the middle of the action.

Federico Viticci

Holly Schinsky recommends

How To Prepare Your App For iOS 13 — Apple’s iOS 13 release date was September 19th (yesterday!) and this article details some things developers should know to ensure they are prepared.

Attia Mo

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Peter Cooper recommends

Comparing Android UI Testing Frameworks — Analysis of a few solutions for UI testing Android apps.

Alex Zhukovich

Chris Brandrick recommends

Reducers in Swift — Looks at the different ways in which reducers can be used in Swift.

John Sundell

Peter Cooper recommends

▶  Flutter vs React Native: Will Flutter Kill React Native? — Explores the benefits that Flutter provides over other popular frameworks, including React Native.


Brian Rinaldi recommends

State Management in React Native — What state actually is, the setState() method, the Context API and React Hooks.

Akshay Kadam

Brian Rinaldi recommends

What I Learned Developing Games from Scratch on Flutter — Some advice for those considering building mobile games using Flutter.

Ivan Cherepanov

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Chris Brandrick recommends

Dark Mode: Working with Color Systems — Things to consider when designing a dark mode theme.

Søren Clausen

Brian Rinaldi recommends

How to Make a Word Game with Angular and Ionic

John Au-Yeung

Chris Brandrick recommends

Advanced Memory Management in Swift

Navdeep Singh

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