#313 — July 10, 2020

Read on the Web

Mobile Developer Weekly

Peter Cooper recommends

A Showcase of What Is Possible with PWAs — This demo attempts to showcase, via examples, what you can do with Progressive Web Apps today. It’s a pretty neat way to interactively demonstrate the power of PWAs all in one place.

Danny Moerkerke

Chris Brandrick recommends

System Hardening in Android 11 — Highlights some of the security improvements made to the next major version of Android, including safer default settings, migrating to a hardened memory allocator, and expanding the use of compiler mitigations.


Launch Scalable iOS/Swift, Android, React Chat in Days — Stream makes it easy with SDKs and Chat React UI Components. Stream powers Feeds and Chat for over 500 million end-users.

Stream sponsor

Holly Schinsky recommends

Flutter vs Native vs React Native: Deep Performance Comparison — A comparison between popular mobile development tools, looking at how FPS, CPU, memory, and GPU performance stack up in common tasks.


Brian Rinaldi recommends

Understanding Plugin Development In Gatsby — A detailed guide that looks at the different types of plugins and how to build your own plugin.

Aleem Isiaka

Peter Cooper recommends

Khan Academy: Our Transition to React Native — Bryan Clark runs through the multi-year project to move both the iOS and Android apps of their education platform over to using React Native.

Khan Academy Engineering

Holly Schinsky recommends

Mixins in Dart: How to Use It — How to use Mixins, simple classes to avoid multiple class hierarchies in Dart, to create cleaner Flutter apps.

Shivanchal Pandey

Brian Rinaldi recommends

How to Secure Mobile Apps – A Mobile App Security Checklist — A few things to keep in mind.

Roger James

Peter Cooper recommends

Microsoft Edge On Android Will Soon Let You Try New Chrome Features — You’ll be able to enable experimental features in the browser through the newly available edge://flags page.


Holly Schinsky recommends

How to Add A Ripple Animation to Your Flutter Apps

Shaiq Khan

Chris Brandrick recommends

FastIcon: Generate iOS & Android App Icon in Seconds

Ricardo Sawir