Deno Land

Deno is a simple, modern, and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that uses V8 and is built in Rust based on the Tokio platform (which provides the asynchronous runtime needed by JavaScript), still running Google’s V8 engine Deno is created by the same person Ryan Dahl as node.js was, Deno is there to fix Continue Reading »

How to do SSL pinning via public key

What is  SSL ? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It is a protocol for establishing secure data transfer between networked computers or servers. Need For SSL- Many developers assume that using HTTPS in a network layer is enough to be sure that user data transfer will be fully secured and not compromised by a Man-in-the-Middle Continue Reading »

How to configure swagger in Spring Boot Application?

Swagger is a tool which is used to develop APIs, interact with APIs, document APIs and test APIs. The main application of swagger is to document and test the APIs.  Now the question is why  we need to document APIs? So when you develop an API, you need to provide some information(end-points, response codes, request-response Continue Reading »

Mobile App development Company UK

Custom & Filterable Adapter

Code optimization is one of the most core features of a good developer. As far as Android developers are concerned the better the optimised code the better is the performance. Every time creating a new separate class for each adapter for a simple RecyclerView makes the code redundant.  Create a new adapter class  Extend with Continue Reading »

Introduction to useReducer in React Hooks

React Hooks are newly introduced in React version 16.8.0. Hooks are meant to allow react functional components to work as stateful components. The most commonly used hooks are useState and useEffect hooks. Today we will discuss useReducer hook, which is a more powerful functional hook to replace multiple useState hooks in an efficient and optimize Continue Reading »

Blutooth API Basic Data Transfer

How To Use Android Bluetooth API For Basic Data Transfer From One Device To Another Device

Introduction: Bluetooth: The Android platform supports Bluetooth connection, which allows us to exchange data with other Bluetooth devices. The application framework provides Bluetooth related functionality through the Android Bluetooth APIs.All of the Bluetooth APIs are available in the Android Bluetooth package. There are two types of Bluetooth in Android Classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth devices with Continue Reading »

Regression Testing

Regression Testing

Introduction: Testing is an essential component of the software life cycle, to develop efficient software which doesn’t misbehave at any point of time, you must have gone through different types of testing. To ensure the performance and behavior of software there are some important testing namely Smoke Testing, Sanity Testing, and Regression Testing, and so Continue Reading »

The REST API Testing Checklist

The REST API Testing Checklist

Overview: API stands for “Application Programming Interface”. It is a program that allows the client and servers to talk to each other.  REST defines how  API looks like. REST is “Representational State Transfer”. There are rules followed by the developers for creating an  API. The URL is called a Request while the data sent back Continue Reading »

How to Use data Binding in Android

How to Use Data Binding in Android

What is Data Binding? Databinding is a part of android-architecture components in an android jetpack. It is a support library and It is used to bind UI components in the layout to data resources in your app. In another word, we can say that Databinding allows you to write expressions that connect variables to the views in Continue Reading »

CCAvenue Payment Gateway Integraton in Website using Java

CCAvenue Payment Gateway Integration in Website using Java

Introduction Today, many business owners have understood the importance of doing business over the web. They have realized the benefits of having an online presence. And, that is the reason why ‘E-commerce, Brick and Click’ kind of businesses are growing exponentially. People, today, are paying developers more than ever to have a website or mobile Continue Reading »

Working of React Portals

ReactJS is one of the most powerful Javascript frameworks out there. It has a lot of small features that help build amazing user interfaces. React Portals is one such feature. They were introduced in version 16.0 of React. React Portals are the child elements that won’t stay with the parent root node. The use cases Continue Reading »

Capture Image on Eye Blink

Capture Image on Eye Blink

The Mobile Vision API provides a framework for recognizing objects in photos and videos. The framework includes detectors, which locate and describe visual objects in images or video frames, and an event-driven API that tracks the position of those objects in video. The objects that can be tracked by Mobile Vision API include facial features, text Continue Reading »

Fire base Environment

Multiple Firebase Environments(GoogleService-Info.plist) in iOS

A common scenario in application development is to have different environments, such as Debug, QA, Production… can be resolve via Multiple Firebase Environments. Requirement of having Multiple Firebase Environments : While your app is in development mode, or while it is being tested by the QA department, some “data pollution” could reach Firebase servers. Imagine your application is going to use Firebase Continue Reading »

Build and Deployment Configuration Flavors in React Native

At the point when you don’t have a server-side programming foundation, environment variables can appear to be a touch of enchantment. That absence of information smacks you in the face when you’re finished making todo applications on your localhost and attempt to make a production build for the application. The issue we’re illuminating:  Step by Continue Reading »

MobX in React

MobX is the new upcoming state management solution. This blog is all about how to create a simple React-Native app using MobX. MobX is fast in speed than Redux, its easier to learn & requires less boilerplate code. Here are some of its main concepts Stores: Stores create data sources. A store is basically an Continue Reading »

Custom Camera using SurfaceView

Custom Camera using SurfaceView

SurfaceView is a class provided by android.view package. It offers a dedicated drawing surface embedded inside of a view hierarchy. We can manage the format of this surface, however, the SurfaceView takes care of putting the surface at the right location on the screen. In this post, we will use the SurfaceView to preview the Continue Reading »

Geolocation, Geocoding Blog

How to use Geolocation, Geocoding in React Native Apps?

In this post, we will learn, How to implement Geolocation in your App? Geolocation will find your current location and Geocoding gives your address (like City Name, Street Name, etc) by Coordinates (Latitude and Longitude). What is Geolocation? The most famous and familiar location feature — Geolocation is the ability to track a device using Continue Reading »

UNDERSTANDING OF REACT FIBER ARCHITECTURE

Understanding Of React Fiber Architecture

React v16.0 was released with an update to react core algorithm. This new core architecture is named “Fiber”. Facebook has completely rewritten the internals of React from the ground-up while keeping the public API essentially unchanged, in simple terms it means only changing the engine of a running car. With this release, some new features Continue Reading »

Android 8.0 Behavior Changes

Android 8.0 Behavior Changes

Introduction: As everyone knows, a lot of changes made after API level 26 for optimizing Android system’s performance, the battery uses and other system-level problems which I am writing below: 1- Changes in Service. 2- Changes in Broadcast Reciever. 3- Changes in Push Notification 1-Changes in Broadcast Reciever: So before understanding the changes in broadcast receiver let’s Continue Reading »