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Two-way data binding without RxJava

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A couple of weeks ago, this article by Radosław Piekarz got some traction on /r/androiddev. While I am a fan of RxJava myself we use it extensively in our apps at VG.no, I feel this example was not the best use case for it. As others point out in the comment field, this

SwiftFormat (Part 3 of 3)

In part 2 I discussed in detail how SwiftFormat’s parser and formatting rules are implemented. Swift is a very complex language, and although it’s syntax is fairly regular, there are a lot of edge cases. So how is it possible to write and maintain the rules that handle all of

SwiftFormat (Part 2 of 3)

In part 1 I talked about recursive descent parsers, and how they can be used to process complex structured text such as a programming language. Let’s now take a look at how SwiftFormat’s parser is implemented.

SwiftFormat (Part 1 of 3)

SwiftFormat solves the tabs vs spaces argument forever! OK, maybe not, but it might help Swift developers to get along. So what is SwiftFormat? Why did I make it? And how does it work?

Javazone 2016 – more than just Java

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This is the second year I’m attending Javazone in Oslo – a large IT-conference of the highest international standard, by and for the Java community. Although the Java technology is at the core, the topics range from front-end to back-end and infrastructure, security, architecture, patterns and processes. In short, you

Austria’s most-visited website and the Software Load Balancer

Surely, running the most-visited website in Austria on a software load balancer is impossible? No, with HAProxy it’s totally do-able.

Effective Product Development: A Cross-Discipline Perspective

Collaboration isn’t just a buzzword. Here’s an example of working across disciplines in Schibsted Media Group.

The WWWW guide to refactoring

Why? When? Who? What? Are you refactoring your codebase? Here are some essentials…

Modern Javascript development – a rethink

Tiny libraries. Doing one thing well. A blessing and a curse…?

Dealing With the 65K Methods Limit on Android

How did our Android development team at Segundamano.mx deal with the 65K methods limit…? We’re glad you asked!

Splitting a storyboard in Objective-C/Swift mixed legacy projects

How would you split a storyboard into multiple smaller storyboards?  Why would you? Marius Waldal, senior software developer with Finn, explains the reasoning, examines the problems, and attempts an answer.

Why I love Docker

I’ve been using Docker for a year now, developing and deploying both professional and pet projects, and I love it. In fact, it’s so much better than my previous stack (a mix of Vagrant and Puppet) that I’ve made a video of my top five reasons for loving Docker!