Using View Binding w/Android

View Binding is one of the best features which provides the views to bind with the activity which is ongoing. Replacing the findViewById() method, hence reducing the boilerplate code, generated the instances of the views of the current layout. And most important feature about the View Binding is it’s always null safe. In this article detailed it’s been
If you been around the block a few times with Android development you probably already know that there is an issue with Navigation. If you don’t trust me you will soon find out but don’t worry I am going to let you in on a little hint to overcome many of the challenges that arise

Using let or var within Swift

I know I know I know before you say anything I understand this statement is probably ridiculous. However, this topic could aid someone or more likely open the floor to discuss concepts in general so without hesitation, we will dive into it. let and var so what are they and their differences  As you probably

Show/Hide On-Screen Keyboard

Android R is also known as Android 11 release brought a few new APIs to the table and one of them is the new WindowInset which expands the control that we as developers have over the window insets. This includes the navigation and status bar as well as an on-screen keyboard. This new release provides

Using Enum w/Swift

understand enum is nothing fancy and all languages have their version of it. Let’s first understand what is enumeration which is a data type consisting of a set of named values also referred to as members. Apple definition states: An enumeration defines a common type for a group of related values and enables you to

Shimmering in Android

You may or may not  have been aware of certain UX effects within the Facebook application that fires when attempting to retrieve a large amount of data from the network. This library was created by the developers over at Facebook so big shout out to their developer team. This library serves to provide an alternative
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