We often used png & jpeg in our Android projects & sometimes its increases our apk size as well. I heard about webP images and I started exploring what is all about webP images and how we can use it, After learned about it, I thought why not I share with everyone, so let’s get’s started…..
A numerous of well known, reliable, and loved open source libraries are based on Java Reflection. When is using Java Reflection good and smart? And when is it bad and dangerous? What are the rules that a developer should be following not to have a shit storm above his head for utilising Reflection?
The mobile team here at Udacity recently removed the last features in our apps that were written with React Native. We’ve received numerous questions regarding our usage or React Native and why we’ve stopped investing in it.
When a CPU reads or writes a row of bits in the RAM module present on the device, the neighboring rows are slightly affected due to a tiny electric discharge. This isn’t usually a problem as we know RAM does this and that’s why it’s periodically refreshed to make sure nothing goes wrong. But what if we start “hammering” the same “row”? What if we continuously read or write to the same row in order to disrupt neighboring rows?