Digest of interesting materials for a mobile developer # 358 (August 17 – 23)
In this release, Lingualeo’s move to PostgreSQL, major free software bugs, Epic’s war with Apple, interface perceptions and the golden age of programming, the Weasley clock, user behavior, and more!
“During quarantine, the load increased 5 times, but we were ready.” How Lingualeo moved to PostgreSQL with 23 million users
We asked our backend development leader, Oleg Pravdin, to talk about how he and his team, in parallel with the support of the main product, assembled a new modular service structure based on PostgreSQL, transferred business logic to databases and migrated with millions of users.
“Stop Total Commander!” or the main problem of free software
Today we will try to figure out why no one wants to use Open Source applications. The article turned out to be quite long, but don’t be alarmed, it will be interesting.
• (+16) Implementing the IMA SDK in Android Applications
• (+11) Autotests on Android. The whole picture
• (+11) We decompile the xiaomi scanner application and take the scan result
• (+1) The story of “pain” and how we fix it
• Analysis of the Android market in China
• (+29) User perception of interfaces using Lego panels
• (+21) Data-driven approach to content development: how we create robots in War Robots
• (+14) A Sip of Freedom: How Flash Games Influenced the Gaming Industry
• (+7) Dart Service: Server Application Framework
• (+6) Mind Map in testing – or an easy way to test complex applications
• (+1) Choosing Mobile Devices: A Step-by-Step Guide for QA Beginners. Part II
• I want to be in gamedev # 11: how to get into a foreign gamedev company
• (+110) Weasley Clock Project showing the location of family members
• (+45) Glue multiple photos into one long photo using machine learning
• (+13) Rescue an ordinary datasinter. How to work on computer vision to complete a project and not lose yourself
• (+4) Internet of cars: who needs data about your driving
• The smartwatch market is growing