Bullet-Proof Color-Naming System for iOS Development

Make development easier and lives better by introducing and implementing an intuitive color-naming system.

Petar Jadek

Refresh Data in Real Time with Blazor WebAssembly and SignalR

If you're looking to equip your app with real-time data updates, SignalR and Blazor WebAssembly are a perfect combination.

Marko Hrncic

Storyboard or Code? Solving the iOS UI-Building Dilemma

Building UI in iOS, you can choose to use storyboards or just code. We explore the pros and cons of both options.

Petar Jadek

Can AU Sampler Survive Dynamic Chain Changes?

Continuing our exploration of Apple's AUSampler, we’ve tested it to see if the promise of AVAudioEngine’s dynamic connection abilities holds true.

Josip Ćavar

Using ChatGPT to Learn SwiftUI – Does It Work?

We glimpse into the future of learning, coding, and building new things by assessing how ChatGPT can help enhance the SwiftUI learning experience.

Lucija Balja

Enabling Philips Coffee+ Users to Brew Drinks Remotely

As part of the 2.0.0 release, we finally launched the most requested and most challenging feature so far – remote brewing.

Marin Šimić
Make Your iOS Apps Come Alive with Live Activities

Make Your iOS Apps Come Alive with Live Activities

Live Activities are supported for all phones that can run iOS 16.1, so find out what’s required to integrate them into your iOS apps.

Zvonimir Medak
Migrating Your App to Android 13

Things to Keep in Mind When Migrating Your App to Android 13

Your app should work as expected out of the box (for the most part), but Android 13 provides a couple of new features to enhance it.

Karlo Čeh

Exploring AU Sampler – Apple’s Mysterious Sampler Audio Unit

Getting acquainted with Apple's powerful, yet underexplored sampler audio unit. We set the stage and learn how to use a simple toolbox.

Josip Ćavar

Scaling Out Your Own SignalR Chat Application

The Azure SignalR service is simple to configure and does most of the job of scaling and configuration for you.

Dominik Blažić

A Kotlin-First JSON API Library – JsonApiX

The Kotlin community was missing a fresh, easy-to-use and Kotlin-first JSON:API implementation.

Stjepan Banek

Documentation Is the Key to Happy Coding

DocC is a fully integrated documentation environment for documenting public APIs for Swift frameworks and packages. Customize it to suit your project needs.

Hana Sokolović

Creating Azure Functions with .NET 6 in Isolated Process

Azure Functions provide a sleek and powerful way of creating lightweight applications. They are versatile and can be run on many frameworks.

Dona Pejnović

Debugging Tools to Push Your App Development Forward

Collar and Sentinel are two libraries for iOS developers that simplify analytics debugging.

Petar Jadek

Being a Backend Developer Is a Thankless Job

Backend development is challenging, underappreciated, and an awesome job.

Stjepan Hadjić

Level Up Your JavaScript Skills With LearnReact

LearnReact is Infinum’s new open-source exercise for learning the inner workings of React, useful for any new or already experienced developer.

Anže Pureber

How to Draw Charts in Flutter

Presenting information in graphs and charts can be tricky in Flutter due to poor template availability, but a possible solution is to create custom charts.

Luka Knezić

Are Embedded Devices the Future of Flutter?

Starting out with just Android, Flutter is now supported on various platforms and embedded devices could be the next milestone.

Josip Krnjić

More Platforms, Less Worries with Kotlin Multiplatform

Kotlin Multiplatform is a cross-platform solution that allows you to implement platform-native UI while sharing all the business logic layers beneath.

David Valič

How to Handle Pull Requests Without Making Enemies

A practical guide for writing and reviewing pull requests like a pro.

Mark Frelih
Anteo Ivankov