Hi everybody. Today I would like to share my experience with localization on the fly for iOS application developed on SwiftUI. The reason to write this article is my own application where I applied this approach. From my point of view, this approach seems concise and can be applied to other applications as well.

Prons:

  • The application controls language that user will see.
  • The language is saved between app launches.

Cons:

  • Views that are running will be re-drawn. The developer is responsible for keeping views’ data in the actual state.
  • This approach doesn’t resolve localization on the fly for system…


Hi dudes! Today I would like to share my experience with an issue that I faced a week ago on my project. I worked on a task where the android notification had to be visible when some event happened.

Actually, for me, it looked like a trivial task. But, our customer wanted to see this notification as the high priority system notification (for ex, low battery notification). Well, after some research, I wrote the next code and called it if some required event happened:

This method showed the next notification:


In this article, I would like to share my experience with you about one of a problem with which I faced on one of my projects. The problem was about how to detect the keyboard opens and closes.

Anton Savinov

Mobile Developer, Harman

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