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Andrew Fletcher
Recently a client handed me code that runs an app through iOS and Android.  No details about whether native or otherwise.  Once I had the opportunity to crawl through the code, definitely not native.  Typescript, Angular, Cordova... etc. Glancing at the modification dates, the last time something had been tweaked on the app as June 2021.  Which immediately raises a flag that there are potentially a lot of issues with the code.  At this stage my concern wasn't with how the code had been written....
Andrew Fletcher
Only a month ago, running an app through the Android Studio emulator was running...
Andrew Fletcher
Warning from Google Play Store when uploading an App You must complete the...
Andrew Fletcher
Uploading a new version of an Android app to Google Play and I'm seeing this...
Andrew Fletcher
Whilst uploading a new version of our Android app, I had the following error...
Andrew Fletcher
If you have a situation where either you have forgotten a Keystore password or change of developers and the password wasn't sent across.... what to do?  However, your app lives on and needs to be updated!   Possible solutions grade.properties This is a great starting point.  Have a look in your android/gradle.properties file.  Unfortunately, the android/ directory didn't exist and I had to run the command prompt to generate.  So no password! signingConfigs { release { // These must...
Andrew Fletcher
Initialise your Capacitor config​ To initialise Capacitor use the CLI...
Andrew Fletcher
Run the NPX commands to update the app npm run build && npx cap syncRun...
Andrew Fletcher
Approaches to resolving “Module not specified” Error in Android Studio When...
Andrew Fletcher
Working in Android Studio when attempting to run a project I had the following...
Andrew Fletcher
How to apply a gradient tint over a background image? Set the background image The first step is to set the background image.  I wanted the image to cover the entire device, so scale aspect fill will be required. self.backgroundImage = UIImageView(image: UIImage(named: "bgkMain")) self.backgroundImage.contentMode = .scaleAspectFill self.view.insertSubview(self.backgroundImage, at: 0)  Set the tint layer With the background in place, next construct the tint layer.  To make the tint in you can...
Andrew Fletcher
Working on formatting the date in Xcode, and you come across the situation where...
Andrew Fletcher
Adding a floating decimal point for n number of places is quite easy to achieve....
Andrew Fletcher
During the process of building the app, there are warnings about the code.  It's...
Andrew Fletcher
https://github.com/kylebrowning/waterwheel.swift After a short amount searching...