📷By @carmencodes_ [30/100] Choosing between native, hybrid and web app📱100daysofSwift
If you are planning to develop a mobile app for your business and you are not technically sound on the subject, the challenge is to decide on the type of mobile app 🤔💭
The success of your mobile app depends on factors such as technical details, business needs, design, marketing, and branding. So here are a few characteristics about each of them to help you decide which one should you go for.
Unlike websites which are informational, they are functional and need not be downloaded like mobile apps. They are loaded on browsers like Chrome or Firefox and do not consume memory or storage space on the user’s device 🖥. In short, they can be understood as websites with interactivity and functionality.
Apps created, designed and coded for specific platforms, like iOS, Android, and Window phones are native apps. They are more complex when compared to web apps, because they take account of the software language used in the device, development tools required for them, user interface elements needed, and software development kits (SDKs). Hence, one native app created for one OS will not run on the other 📲
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Code so edgy it’s a damn hexagon 🛑
I’ve been building an interactive tooltip today that displays a box of text when someone interacts with an ( i ) button 👇
The problem here, is if the button is too close to the edge of the browser window and the tooltip (and it’s content) gets cut off 🤭
Thankfully JS is my friend, so I detect the width and height of the window, as well as the width and height of the tooltip and calculated a “safe zone”. If the tooltip is detected within the safe zone, it snaps to the edge and doesn’t flow over, otherwise is appears centered above the ( i ) button. Nice 😏
What have you been working on today?
What programming language(s) do you want to learn? Tell me in the comments👇🏼
Today, I will be working on @javaswift stuff. Very exciting things coming soon!
BTW, a language I want to learn is Dart for Flutter development. I'm very curious to see if it's similar to native Android development.
Let me know what you want to learn below👇🏼
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2 days ago
I really like my code. I can’t go out from work in the evening.
Ok, I can. But it really occupy my mind. I can’t even fall asleep or dream about work when there is some difficult problem in our system.🤯 I wanna fix it!!! Is it ok? R u crazy about your business?😅
By the way it’s my favorite place at the office - red bag chair near the window♥️ …
“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.”