This week I happened to stumble across a lot of articles about Apple TV development. Has it become the new favorite plaything for development teams?
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Cold starts have plagued Java developers for decades. You want to avoid this on your Android apps, so it's worth reading this article on the topic.
Need more Android news? Check out appydroid, an open source online news magazine about Android apps.
Some projects for you to check out this weekend:
SearchView - persistent search view in Material Design
jlog - useful log tool for Android developers
If you want to get into Apple TV development, it's best to learn from the source. You'll be happy to see that Apple have published their Apple TV Tech Talk videos covering everything from design to distribution.
Finally, learn how to share your code between tvOS and iOS.
Onboarding is a tough process, and we often feature articles that cover best practices. The guys at LaunchKit have put together a clever piece on How iOS9's Safari View Controller could completely change you app's onboarding experience.
Looking for a conference to attend this year? Check out 7 of the Best Mac & iOS Developer Conferences in 2016.
And now for some projects:
EarlGrey - an iOS UI Automation Test Framework from Google
vapor - an elegant web framework for Swift
Hue - the only all-in-one coloring utility that you'll ever need
parallel_ios_tests - Run iOS tests on multiple simulators in parallel
You want to stay ahead of the curve right? Chris Dixon's thoughts on What's Next in Computing might be the inspiration for what you need to build to stay ahead.
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