Back to the Future

This is a really interesting take on app architecture. Although it doesn’t unfold a lot of details, it still gives a perspective. A BFF to handle client-server sync An SQLLite DB for state management Using OS UI to reduce boilerplate Using perf budgeting to keep things under control Project LightSpeed: Rewriting the Messenger codebase forContinue reading “Back to the Future”

Some Notes on Learning iOS Development

Here are my notes I took while following Apple’s getting started documents for iOS App Development. Also, it is better to bear in mind that I have .Net/C# background for years and mostly comparing iOS Development flow within this context. Great apps solve a single, well-defined problem Part of defining the purpose is understanding whatContinue reading “Some Notes on Learning iOS Development”