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Firebase for Android: Notifications and App Invites

While building your app to provide a great experience is incredibly important, engaging with new and existing users is even more important to the long-term success of your app. In this tutorial you will learn how to use Firebase to enable Google Cloud Messaging and send notifications to your app, . . . Read more

Haptic Feedback in iOS 10

Haptic feedback adds a whole new dimension to mobile user interaction. Learn how to use the new iPhone 7 haptic feedback APIs to provide your users with a tactile response. What Is Haptic Feedback? In iOS 10 we have a new API to provide feedback to the user. Haptic feedback is . . . Read more

Google Cloud Storage: Managing Buckets

Google Cloud Storage (GCS) is a very simple and powerful object storage offering from Google as a part of its Google Cloud Platform (GCP). It provides a highly durable, scalable, consistent and available storage solution to developers and is the same technology that Google uses to power its own object storage.  It . . . Read more

Building Your Startup: Improving the Mobile Web

What You’ll Be Creating This tutorial is part of the Building Your Startup With PHP series on Envato Tuts+. In this series, I’m guiding you through launching a startup from concept to reality using my Meeting Planner app as a real-life example. Every step along the way, I’ll release the Meeting Planner code as open-source . . . Read more

Object-Oriented Autoloading in WordPress, Part 2

In the previous tutorial, we covered a handful of concepts, all of which are going to be necessary to fully understand what we’re doing in this tutorial. Specifically, we covered the following topics: object-oriented interfaces the single responsibility principle how these look in PHP where we’re headed with our plugin . . . Read more

Communication Within an Android App With EventBus

A typical Android app tends to be composed of many layers, modules or structures such as Fragments, Activities, Presenters, and Services. Effective communication between these components can become difficult if they are tightly coupled together.  In the lower level of your app architecture, such as the database, when an action . . . Read more

Exploring Devise, Part 2

Introduction In the first part of the tutorial, we learned how to install Devise and set it up in our Rails application. In this part, we will look at how to integrate DeviseInvitable. DeviseInvitable is an extension that works with Devise. With DeviseInvitable in your application, your users can invite . . . Read more

What’s New in Node 6?

Node.js has seen rapid and widespread adoption in the web development community, but for a long time it had a reputation for being slow to grow and evolve.  Not any more! With a new open-source foundation, Node has moved to a six-month release cycle and is rapidly adding features. The . . . Read more

Common React Native App Layouts: Login Page

In this series, you’ll learn how to use React Native to create page layouts commonly used in mobile apps. The layouts you’ll be creating won’t be functional—instead, the main focus of this series is to get your hands dirty in laying out content in your React Native apps.  If you’re . . . Read more

Building Your Startup: The Dashboard Foundation

What You’ll Be Creating This tutorial is part of the Building Your Startup With PHP series on Envato Tuts+. In this series, I’m guiding you through launching a startup from concept to reality using my Meeting Planner app as a real-life example. Every step along the way, I’ll release the Meeting Planner code as open-source . . . Read more