No matter what kind of project you are working on, they all have auto-generated files that don’t need to go inside the remote repository, but more often than not, we find ourselves working on projects that Continue Reading
This article is part of the October xamarin best practices challenge Release, deployment, and distribution are some of the words we use to refer to the process of putting the latest features and enhancements of our Continue Reading
Welcome back! After having an introduction to what the recyclerview is, it is time to start digging into the details. This time, we will be talking about the adapter and viewholder objects and how they work Continue Reading
The Recyclerview is the replacement of the Listview with a simpler API, better performance and a couple of new nice extra features. If you don’t know what a ListView is, don’t worry, you won’t need to in order Continue Reading
A splash screens it’s what we call to those screens that show up at the beginning of an app and last only while the application loads. This is a common design pattern in general mobile development, allowing Continue Reading
All languages are different but at the same time, they have a lot of things in common, a lot of similar components. Chances are, this is not your first language and therefore you are familiar with the concept of Continue Reading
Have you heard of kotlin? It’s a relatively new language officially launched in 2016 by JetBrains. They originally created the language as a more flexible and expressive alternative to Java, with the ability Continue Reading
Coming from other strongly-typed languages like Java or C#, the NullPointerException is one of the most common exceptions you can find, providing long debug sessions simply because a null reference was passed around Continue Reading
Ah, working on the beach (or mountains), having time to yourself, no boss breathing behind your neck, in other words, freedom while still being a responsible adult. Sounds good, right? The idea of remote work really Continue Reading
Hello! and welcome. I’m Raúl, nice to meet you. Let me start by saying I’m glad you can join me in this new adventure, I’ve been thinking about opening a blog for a while and now the time has come Continue Reading
I’m Raul Montero, software developer with 6+ years of experience, specialized in mobile technology.
Currently a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer.