[Fuente: https://pub.dev/packages/flutter_local_notifications#-readme-tab-] A cross platform plugin for displaying local notifications. Supported Platforms # Android API 16+ (4.1+, the minimum version supported by Flutter). Uses the NotificationCompat APIs so it can be run older Android devices iOS 8.0+ (the minimum version supported by Flutter). Supports the old and new iOS notification APIs (the User Notifications Framework introduced […]
[Fuente: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/animations] [Fuente: https://scotch.io/@rakshitkrsoral/the-beginners-guide-to-using-react-native-animated-api] [Fuente: https://www.raizlabs.com/dev/2018/03/react-native-animations-part1/] Animations Animations are very important to create a great user experience. Stationary objects must overcome inertia as they start moving. Objects in motion have momentum and rarely come to a stop immediately. Animations allow you to convey physically believable motion in your interface. React Native provides two complementary animation […]
[Fuente: https://developer.android.com/studio/publish/app-signing#signing-manually] Compilar y firmar tu aplicación desde la línea de comandos No necesitas Android Studio para firmar tu aplicación. Puedes hacerlo desde la línea de comandos con la herramienta apksigner, o bien configurar Gradle para que se encargue de ello durante la compilación. En cualquier caso, debes generar primero una clave privada usando keytool. Por ejemplo: […]
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An alternative to create the project with the Angular CLI. A custom way. Create Angular applications with a Webpack based tooling. Official doc: https://angular.io/docs/ts/latest/guide/webpack.html Initializing the project We run npm init to create a package.json. Setting up the basic project files Lets make the folder structure and blank files: src folder src/app folder src/app/main.ts: Compiles the application with […]
Backward compatibility Angular 4 is NOT a complete re-write of Angular 2, indeed, it shouldn’t introduce any breaking changes. Some features will be deprecated (i.e. they still work but will get replaced with the next major Angular version), some new features were added. Regarding your old code all will continue to work. Changes ng-if with […]
Introduction This Section only provides an Introduction to Unit Testing an Angular 2 App. It’s NOT a detailed Guide about that neither is it a detailed Introduction to Unit Testing in general. Check out the “Further Resources” (last Lecture in this Module) to dive deeper into these topics. Why units tests? Analyzing the testing setup (as created by […]
[Fuente: https://www.keithcirkel.co.uk/how-to-use-npm-as-a-build-tool/] Detailed info in https://docs.npmjs.com/misc/scripts npm a great package manager, but npm has a great subset of functionality dedicated to running tasks to facilitate in a packages lifecycle – in other words, it is a great tool for build scripts. npm Scripts Firstly, we need to figure out how npm can manage our build scripts. […]