#​376 — October 15, 2021

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Google Says It’s Dropping Material Design Components On iOS in Favor of Apple’s UIKit — Yup, Google’s range of iOS apps could finally feel more like they belong on iOS.

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jQuery Maintainers Continue Modernization Initiative with Deprecation of jQuery Mobile — The cross-platform jQuery Mobile project is now fully deprecated as of October 7, 2021.

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Ritu Chaturvedi

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PDF: Android Mobile OS 'Snooping' By Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei and Realme Handsets? — This report suggests that Android devices are sending a significant amount of user data with no way to opt-out.

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Deploying A Deep Learning Model on Mobile Using TensorFlow and React — How to build a cross-platform mobile app (for both iOS and Android) using React Native and TensorFlowJS React Native adaptor.

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Structured Concurrency in Swift 5.5 — Another way to do concurrency, this time in Swift 5.5 with much cleaner code.

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Flutter Minimizing Tips — A minimalist guide for size optimizations for Flutter.

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