#315 — July 24, 2020

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Mobile Developer Weekly

Peter Cooper recommends

Nearly 70% of iOS & Android Users Will Deny Tracking Permissions If They Are Requested In-App to Opt-In — The big question is how will iOS users react to the latest changes once the new privacy features start rolling out later this year?


Brian Rinaldi recommends

Think Lazy: An Open Letter to The WebKit/Safari Team — Max ended up in the middle of a sometimes personal debate around browser engines, standards support, and the lack of choice on iOS devices that involved what appears to be many Apple employees. This is his open letter to the WebKit/Safari team.

Maximiliano Firtman

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

Chris Brandrick recommends

Apple Security Research Device Program — An interesting new program from Apple designed to improve iOS security. Participants get access to a ‘Security Research Device’ - an iPhone dedicated exclusively to security research, with unique code execution and containment policies.

Apple Developer

Holly Schinsky recommends

How to Set Up and Use Navigators in React Native — A look at how to use React Native navigators to quickly set up routing between screens in your React Native apps.

Aman Mittal

Holly Schinsky recommends

Four Types Of ListView In Flutter You Should Know — A short guide covering the types of ListView available in Flutter.

Pinkesh Darji

Chris Brandrick recommends

What’s New in SwiftUI for iOS 14 — Text views, grids, color pickers, and more.

Paul Hudson

Case Study: Learn How Intercom Reduced Test Times by 85% 🚀 — Self-hosted agents work with all source code tools, languages and platforms, reliably speeding up mobile tests at scale.

Buildkite sponsor

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Responsive Web Design – How to Make a Website Look Good on Phones and Tablets — A broad overview of RWD concepts and tools.

Adam Henson

Chris Brandrick recommends

How SwiftUI Can Now Be Used to Build Entire iOS Apps

John Sundell

Holly Schinsky recommends

Introducing the Schedule View in Flutter Event Calendar

Suresh Mohan

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Streamoji: A Custom Emoji Rendering Library for iOS — ...that supports GIFs, images, and Unicode.

Matheus Cardoso

Peter Cooper recommends

Magnus UI: A Utility-First React Native UI Framework — Comes with a modest set of polished but customizable and easy-to-use components.