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Cover image by Suleiman's Blog Collapsing header and swipeable tabs are one of the most common UI elements in mobile apps. Such a pattern is widely used on profile screens on Social Media apps like Instagram or Twitter, for example. In this article, we are going to create a screen
Cover image by Risang Kuncoro Usually, when developers need to implement non-trivial UI features like swipe cards, they go for the most obvious option — go on Google and find a ready-to-use package on npm. From the business perspective, it’s a reasonable approach since it can save a lot of
Cross-platform development is a king today. The growing popularity of mobile apps pushes developers and companies all over the world to come up with faster, easier and more efficient ways to deliver applications. Earlier, one of the most popular solutions was hybrid app development. But these days are gone. Luckily,
Since 2008, when they were pioneered by Apple, push notifications became an inevitable feature of almost any Mobile Digital Product. No matter what Project you’re working on - a game, a dating application or a retail mobile app - there’s a 95% chance that this feature will be