Animation is an important and integral element for creating a great user experience for mobile apps. Its critical challenge is to explain to users the app logic, but the common mistake is a reckless use of animation which negates the whole point of improving the user experience. To make an app great, not just good or mediocre, the animation must be integrated correctly and shouldn’t be superfluous.
GraphQL is a query language and runtime for APIs, and is often used as an alternative to REST APIs. In this article, I will show you how to set up a GraphQL Apollo client in a React Native application. At the end of the article we will have our ApolloClient ready to use.
As a React-Native developer, I always explore new components and libraries. Recently I found the experimental directory in the official react-native repository here which is available for use but, not officially. In the experimental directory, I found the SwipeableFlatList component. There is no official doc available for SwipeableFlatList in the React-Native component doc.
This article contains setup configuration for the pipeline like Which Image to use, Android build tool version, where to save build and when to trigger pipeline for React-Native Project
This article contains setup configuration for the pipeline like Which Image to use, Android build tool version, where to store release build and when to trigger pipeline
This article contains Google PlayStore Setup for automation build release from GitLab CI/CD Pipeline
Notes: This article is the 2nd part of the “Gitlab CI/CD – Android” series. It is direct follow up to Part-1, so I highly recommend you read it first before starting. Setup Gradle Play Publisher Plugin Open your project-level build.gradle…
Nowadays everyone is talking about automation in the tech world.
As a developer, our main aim is to automate almost every process from testing to deploying. This article series is all about the concept & setup of CI(Continuous Integration) & CD(Continuous Deployment) for Android.