Now, let’s discuss the cross-platform options available.
Cross-platform mobile frameworks allow you to write an app once and deploy it to multiple platforms. And my word choice of “multiple” is deliberate — you get more than Android and iOS apps from these frameworks.
First up is Flutter, Google’s cross-platform framework focused on super smooth UI.
Flutter offers a near-native experience via pre-made or custom widgets…
As stated on codebar’s website:
codebar is a charity that facilitates the growth of a diverse tech community by running free regular programming workshops for minority groups in tech.
Great event, great purpose, and I had a blast talking about the current state of mobile development.
If you wish you could have seen that presentation, you’re in luck! All the presentations from the Literary Festival are available on YouTube, including mine:
NCAA Promotion and Relegation (from 2000s, maybe 2008?)
Another college football season is almost in the books, with the National Championship game tonight, and it’s now time to look back on the season. This is one season known for upsets, wild finishes and basically nobody having a clue what’s going to happen next. The craziness of the 2007–2008 season has prompted a record number of calls for a playoff system, the merits of which can be ready on each and every sports website out there. …