An Introduction To Redux

An Introduction To Redux By Alex Bachuk June 28th, 2016 JavaScriptTechniquesTools 3 Comments Redux1 is one of the hottest libraries in front-end development these days. However, many people are confused about what it is and what its benefits are. As the documentation2 states, Redux is a predictable state container for JavaScript apps. To rephrase that, […]

Accessibility Matters: Meet Our New Book, “Inclusive Design Patterns” (Pre-Release)

Accessibility Matters: Meet Our New Book, “Inclusive Design Patterns” (Pre-Release) By Vitaly Friedman June 28th, 2016 AccessibilityDesign PatternsSmashing Books 9 Comments Accessibility has always been a slightly unsettling realm for web developers. Surrounded with myths, misunderstandings and contradicting best practices, it used to be a domain for a small group of experts who would “add” […]

Android changes for NDK developers

Posted by Dmitry Malykhanov, Developer Advocate Related to other improvements to the Android platform, the dynamic linker in Android M and N has stricter requirements for writing clean, cross-platform compatible native code in order to load. It is necessary that an application’s native code follows the rules and recommendations in order to ensure a smooth […]

Create Intelligent, Context-Aware Apps with the Google Awareness APIs

Posted by Bhavik Singh, Product Manager Last month at Google I/O 2016 we announced the new Google Awareness APIs, enabling your apps to intelligently react to user context using snapshots and fences with minimal impact on system resources. Today we’re proud to announce that the Google Awareness API is available to all developers through Google […]