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How to create and publish your first Android library

How to create and publish your first Android library

Sooner or later every Android developer accumulates a fair amount of ready-made solutions and decides that it would be great to share them with the rest of the world. Unfortunately, most of us never get down to it since every solution should be turned into a separate library and put into a separate open repository. Plus, some tend to think that it’s all too complicated to even bother. Here I’d like to bust this myth since with Gradle coming into Android stack sharing your library with the world is much easier than it used to be.

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Beyond MVC: how to use MVVM in iOS

Beyond MVC: how to use MVVM in iOS

Today we’re going to talk about MVVM pattern. We will discuss its advantages in comparison to MVC and take a look at two implementation examples, a small and a big one. You will be able to use the latter in your work as an example of a good architecture for almost any MVVM project. So, let’s start with the basics :)

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How much does it cost to develop an app like Tinder

Tinder-like app development

Modern life is very dynamic and full of challenges since people are trying to balance career, friends and relationships. With smartphones always being available in their pockets online dating is again on the rise and Tinder with its 50 million users is probably the most popular app for meeting new people nowadays. How is it made and how can your startup learn from Tinder and find its place under the spotlight? We share details on how to develop an app like Tinder and how much does it cost.

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How to build habit-forming startups

Building habit-forming startups

Famous services not only solve user problems but also do great at becoming an integral part of their lives — a habit. Modern people are used to asking Google for advice, checking complex notions in Wikipedia and making daily pictures for Instagram. How can a new startup utilize habit-forming principles to join the league of successful internet companies? Nir Eyal has developed a Hook model aimed at improving product habit-building capabilities.

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