5 main challenges in digitizing logistics

It’s hard to imagine that an industry with such a complex assortment of processes like logistics can work without a proper digitization. Supplying to millions of businesses and consumers each month needs a highly practical approach and can’t be expected to operate in an old-fashioned manner. Whether it’s 3D printing or deliveries with drones, all […]

Digitization trends for logistics in 2021

Let’s be honest. Logistics has been dodging digitization for quite some time now. Although it has introduced several innovations, it’s still beyond comparison to other industries that bursted with fresh technological ideas and dominated the market. If the pace continues to be that slow, it may involve some potentially risky consequences. And we’re not only […]

Swift Property Wrappers – how to use them right?

Swift 5.1 introduces a new feature called Property Wrappers. For many iOS developers @ sign is mostly known in terms of Objective-C or InterfaceBuilder (e.g. @IBDesignable). Now it’s also related to regular properties in which you store some form of state. In many cases there’s logic behind modifying those states which is implemented inside our […]

New is always Better! Changes in Android Studio 4.1

Today’s article covers some of the changes made for the Android Studio IDE and their brief description. The stable version was released on October 12 2020 and the table of introduced changes is presented below. Android Studio 4.1 – Design  Material Design Components updates Android Studio templates in the Create New Project dialog now use […]

Creating animations in Android using MotionLayout

During the Google I/O 2019 event, the company introduced new features to the existing ConstraintLayout. One of the biggest advantages is a powerful motion editor called MotionLayout. It allows you to build complex, multi-parameter transitions driven by clicks or swipes. Main benefits of using this approach are: Visible way to create start to end transitions […]