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Adding Physics-Based Animations to Android Apps

Animations that feel fluid and realistic tend to make user interfaces more attractive. No wonder Material Design places so much emphasis on them!  If you’ve ever tried creating such animations, however, you know that the simple animators and interpolators offered by the Android SDK are often not good enough. That’s . . . Read more

7 Best Weather WordPress Widgets & Plugins

There are many instances when providing current temperatures and weather forecasts on a website can be useful. Restaurants, retreat centers, country clubs, and many other businesses and organizations can benefit from this kind of feature. There are a few things you’ll want to consider: How does the widget design fit . . . Read more

Take Our New Course: Get Started With Elixir

What You’ll Be Creating Do you want to learn the Elixir language? If so, our new course, Get Started With Elixir, is ideal for you. In this course, experienced instructor Markus Mühlberger will help you learn the Elixir language, starting with Elixir’s Ruby-inspired syntax, and moving on to learn how to . . . Read more

Code a Real-Time NativeScript App: Geolocation and Google Maps

NativeScript is a framework for building cross-platform native mobile apps using XML, CSS, and JavaScript. In this series, we’ll try out some of the cool things you can do with a NativeScript app: geolocation and Google Maps integration, SQLite database, Firebase integration, and push notifications. Along the way, we’ll build . . . Read more

What Are Dictionary Comprehensions in Python?

//fast.wistia.com/assets/external/E-v1.js   Recently, we looked at list comprehensions in Python. Similar to its sibling the list comprehension, a dictionary comprehension is nothing more than a shorthand way of creating a new dictionary collection. While it may seem a little more complicated than the list version, it is actually quite simple . . . Read more

Securing iOS Data at Rest: Encryption

In this post, we’ll look at advanced uses of encryption for user data in iOS apps. We’ll start with a high-level look at AES encryption, and then go on to look at some examples of how to implement AES encryption in Swift. In the last post, you learned how to . . . Read more

How to Work With Elixir Comprehensions

Elixir is a very young programming language (emerged in 2011), but it is gaining popularity. I was initially interested in this language because when using it you can look at some common tasks programmers usually solve from a different angle. For instance, you can find out how to iterate over . . . Read more

Using Celery With Django for Background Task Processing

Web applications usually start out simple but can become quite complex, and most of them quickly exceed the responsibility of only responding to HTTP requests. When that happens, one must make a distinction between what has to happen instantly (usually in the HTTP request lifecycle) and what can happen eventually. . . . Read more