I still haven’t been able to write a proper blog post about my Smart India Hackathon (SIH) experience.
we finally Won 🥳
Then after more than a month, we all received an email from AICTE saying that our SIH Certificates were ready! 🤩🤩
Recently while scrolling through LinkedIn feed,
I see that one of my batchmate started his Summer Internship at ProgrammingHub 🥳.
The name ‘Programming Hub’ caught my attention,
and as I am also a Developer who happens to know some programming languages,
I decided to check what was it about.
So, its been 2 weeks since I started to learn Swift and XCode in depth..
I did know the basics of Swift, all those same familiar syntax..
So, to gain more in depth knowledge of Swift programming,
I decided to port an Android App of mine to iOS..
The app was just a side project, a utility tool to help me and my batchmates have easy access to our college’s portal (E-Learn) without logging in again and again…
scrolling through the Chrome newsfeed, I came across a story by ‘YourStory’ about ExpertRight.
YourStory had covered ExpertRight and gave info. about this startup from Rajasthan, India.
ExpertRight is a platform to hire Freelancers for a short time period work..
This seemed interesting, though nothing very new so I checked out their site…
Quickly created an Account on Vungle, added Mediation on AdMob dashboard & integrated “AdMob’s Vungle Adapter” dependencies in my App’s build.gradle, sync & run!
If you are using the `Date()` or `Calendar.getInstance()` class/method to get the ‘time’, then you might have somewhere encountered this above mentioned Crash in Android 8.0/8.1
Getting errors or crashes right after updating dependencies and pushing the update to production can be very frustrating!
Recently, while migrating one of my App ‘InSaver!’ from Java to Kotlin, I stumbled upon a strange, like very strange issue.. 😕
I had a SettingsActivity and a SettingsFragment nested in the same Activity which extended PreferenceFragmentCompat.
If you observed, I used the word ‘Notify’ because you should Never force your User to Update the App unless it’s too important!
For example: If your App is server sided & you currently changed some API stuffs or the updated version fixes a critical security issue then only you should force a user to Update App!