Today just trying this new app to add filters that are realistic for the photo like rain ,snow ... It s so fun just to add rain without really getting vet 😁😁
You can check them out or download the link s in my story 😉 ...
[10/100] Do you prefer iOS or Android development? 📱
I personally prefer iOS over Android. There are three main factors why:
💠 I have always been in the iOS/macOS ecosystem which makes it naturally easy for me to adopt the right User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) guidelines. When I think about prototyping for an app, I can intuitively imagine the visual experience in iOS.
💠 There is no fragmentation. I can be sure that my app will run as intended on all/most iOS devices. Android on the other hand suffers from fragmentation.
💠 I simply love Swift. I learned Swift last year during the summer and I madly deeply truly feel in love with it. Being an app developer means I spend a lot of my time coding and I want to program in a language I love. Swift is great reason for me to continue loving iOS.
I’ve completed 10% of the #100daysofswift challenge! 🎉 I know it’s not too much but it’s progress and that’s all that matters to me. True progress quietly and persistently moves along without notice.
Until next time my friends! Have a lovely weekend 💋 ...
[9/100] What’s on your desk? ✨
I get a lot of questions about the things I have around my desk and where I got them from, also what kind of monitor and laptop I have so to answer your questions:
🖥 LG 27UK600-W 27” IPS LED Monitor – 4K UltraHD
💻 MacBook Air 13inch, early 2015 Intel Core i5
📚 Books holder and leather desk mat are from @delanceyusa
🖱 Magic Mouse 2 – Silver from @apple
🌳 Plant, lamp and “Words of Wisdom” cards got them @amazon
💕 The letter board was a gift from @kimo_dev
So yesterday on day 8 of #100daysofswift I talked about Version Control, and today we are going to talk about Git. What is Git? 🤷🏻♀️
By far, the most widely used modern version control system in the world today is Git. A staggering number of projects rely on Git for version control including commercial projects as well as open source 📑. It works well on a wide range of operating systems and IDEs.
One common criticism of Git is that it can be difficult to learn 🙇🏻♀️. Some of the terminology in Git will be novel to newcomers and for users of other systems, the Git terminology may be different, for example, revert in Git has a different meaning than in SVN or CVS.
Nevertheless, Git is very capable and provides a lot of power to its users. Learning to use that power can take some time ⏳, however once it has been learned, that power can be used by the team to increase their development speed.
Now that you understand what version control is, what Git is and why software teams should use it, on my next post I’ll talk about the benefits Git can provide across the whole organization 🙌🏼🔥
See you tomorrow friends! 🌸 ...