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Get up and running fast with the recently announced and pre-alpha Jetpack Compose toolkit for creating Android user interfaces in Kotlin code.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to integrate Material Design into an existing app and create delightful interactions using the animation APIs.
Learn how to create custom view controller presentation transitions and spice up the navigation of your iOS apps!
Six new chapters are now available in our definitive book on building web apps and web APIs using Server Side Swift with Vapor, written by the creators of the Vapor 3 framework.
Join us for our livecast event on June 3, 8pm PST for WWDC 2019 highlights, opinions from our panel of experts and more!
Get started with Android Core KTX to make your code more concise and readable by refactoring an app that generates delightful collages.
Sean Allen tells us how to enrich development careers through content creation and we take one more trip to the WWDC wishing well.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks using SSL Pinning and Alamofire. You’ll use the Charles Proxy tool to simulate the man-in-the-middle attack.
Production code is all about handling errors: programming errors, user input errors, asynchronous errors. This course covers the error fundamentals you need to know.
Learn about how Reactive programming is a whole new paradigm using RxJava and RxAndroid in Android with Kotlin.
Learn how you can use Charles for iOS and macOS to inspect encrypted and unencrypted network traffic for both your own apps and third party apps.
In this screencast, you will learn how to thin out your app with App Slicing and On-Demand Resources.
We’re looking for Android authors and technical editors to join our team. Read on to see how to apply!
In this tutorial you will learn how to use lambda expressions and other functional literals provided by Kotlin for the Android platform. Lambda expression is simplified representation of a function. It can be passed as a parameter, stored in a variable or even returned as a value.
Did you know you can call C-malloc straight from Swift? Swift lets access the machine at its lowest level. This course will show you how.
Learn how to use the Ktor framework to build a Kotlin web app and API, and see how to deploy the app to the cloud and also run the app in a Docker container.
New SDK versions released with each new version of Android provide great new features. In this tutorial we will learn how to utilize them in our apps.