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Embrace Cross-Platform Mobile Development

From Flutter in Motion by Scott Cornell
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From Web Dev to Mobile Dev Overnight

Six Questions for Eric Windmill, author of Flutter in Action

Eric Windmill is a Dart developer at AppTree, a PaaS company in Portland, Oregon. He writes frequently about his favorite programming technologies, including Flutter, an SDK from Google for building cross-platform mobile apps with Dart. You can find his articles at Flutter By Example, CSS Tricks, and EricWindmill.com. He also has his Sommelier certification and has worked in bourbon distilleries in his home state of Kentucky.

Native Mobile Apps Are Easier than Ever!


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From Flutter in Action by Eric Windmill

In-Depth Styling with React Native and Flexbox

From React Native in Action by Nader Dabit

This article goes deep into styling with React Native and Flexbox.

Revolutionary Cross-Platform Apps with Flutter

From Flutter in Action
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By Eric Windmill

Applying and Organizing Styles in React Native

From React Native in Action by Nader Dabit

This article discusses organizing styles in React Native within components

What Is an Array and What can I Do with One?

From Hello Swift! by Tanmay Bakshi

This article, excerpted from chapter 7 of Hello Swift! , tells you what an array is and gives quite a few examples of how one can be used.

Make Apps that Interact with Multiple Senses

From Usability Matters by Matt Lacey

In this article, you will learn about designing apps that don’t rely on single sense interaction, but instead take advantage of multiple senses to provide a better user experience.

Who is Using an App?

From Usability Matters by Matt Lacey

In this article, you will learn why it is important to take users’ potential differences into account when creating your application, as well as what things are important to keep in mind during the design process.

Diagram for String Reversal Logic

From Hello Swift!

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