Hey folks, I just released my first personal app to the Google Play Store! It’s an app to group your friends by sport so you can recall who to call when in the mood for a particular activity. Get it from Google Play Store or check the app landing page on sportsmates.app!
In one of our projects, some of the items that had a shadow, was working just fine on Android, but the shadow was missing on iOS. After investigating it, it turned out to be related to the items that had overflow: ‘hidden’, which on iOS resulted in shadow being trimmed. Turns out on iOS, the… Continue reading React Native Shadow is Missing on iOS but is Okay on Android
Spoiler: When having Internet connectivity issues, make sure that Android Studio is running. (because it acts as a proxy for the emulator) So I’ve had a reoccurring issue where my Android Emulator device would lose connectivity from time to time, and to fix it I went to delete it and create a new device from… Continue reading Android Emulator Losing Internet Connectivity
Today I found out that the native Facebook app is no longer forcing me to use Messenger! At least on my Nexus 4. Seems like in the end they understood that forcing a user to do something is never the right way. From now on feel free to uninstall the crappy Messenger and use the… Continue reading The native Facebook app on Android is no longer forcing you to use Messenger
After updating to the newest version of the Gmail App for Android my push notifications stopped working. Here’s how to fix the problem: Go to the Gmail app Go to the Settings page Select one of the accounts you have linked in the app Under Data Usage select Sync Gmail If the autosync is turned… Continue reading Fixing Gmail’s push notifications on Android ICS