#​374 — September 24, 2021

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📱 Mobile Dev Weekly

Chris Brandrick recommends

Apple Releases iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 — ..featuring Safari updates, focus mode, live text, iCloud+, system-wide translate, and more.

Juli Clover

Peter Cooper recommends

Swift 5.5 Released — Includes newly introduced language capabilities for concurrency, including async/await, structured concurrency, and Actors.

Ted Kremenek (Apple)

Everything You Need to Build Video for Mobile — Build video for your app that just works. Mux's Video API makes it super easy to build video or live streaming into any app.

Mux sponsor

Chris Brandrick recommends

Chrome Is The New Safari. And So Are Edge and Firefox — Thoughts on the current WebKit only browser landscape on iOS.

Niels Leenheer

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Container Units Should Be Pretty Handy — Container units are a proposal to handle site relative to a container intended to be used with container queries.

Chris Coyier

Chris Brandrick recommends

How SPA Architectures Affect Core Web Vitals — Answers to common questions about SPAs, Core Web Vitals, and Google’s plan to address current measurement limitations.

Philip Walton & Yoav Weiss

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Android Application Fundamentals - Understand The Bits and Bytes — A guide to understanding Android Studio basics and Android app structure.

Gourav Khunger

Holly Schinsky recommends

Integrate Redux Toolkit, Redux Persist and React-Native Debugger with a React Native App — A step-by-step approach to integrate modern Redux and React Native.

Saad Khan

Holly Schinsky recommends

Building and Testing Native Mobile Apps with React Native and WebdriverIO — The second part in a series on using WebdriverIO to build and test React Native apps. If you want to catch up, the first post is here.

Nathan Krishnan

Chris Brandrick recommends

'Firefox for Android Is A Mess, and Something Needs to Change'

nonbirithm opinion

Chris Brandrick recommends

Waydroid — A container-based approach to boot a full Android system on a regular GNU/Linux system like Ubuntu.


Peter Cooper recommends

Kraken: A High-Performance Web Rendering Engine Built On Flutter