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Each time we start a new project, either it is the next pet project where you want to prove your hypothesis or MVP for the next unicorn startup, we need a good solid backend. Of course, building a dedicated team of backend engineers is a good idea, but it is not our case. We would like to taste something faster with less effort.

It is hard to find a middle ground, however, Backend as a Services (BaaS, MBaaS) are trying to achieve it. There are some great services that are not fully stable (<1.0 version) yet such as Appwrite and…


> cli-rn remote:prod

Hi folks,

I am going to introduce a cool and convenient CLI that is aiming to make the React Native app developing experience as smooth as possible. It is not a replacer for react-native CLI but a good addition to it.

The project is currently in the very alpha stage and under heavy testing.

Quickstart

In this section, we are going to start using cli-rn and see it in action!

Note: I assume that you have some development experience with React Native.

Install cli-rn globally and generate new app

> npm i -g cli-rn
> cli-rn new AppName

It will start…


Building lite handy Reddit client for iOS and Android using Expo and React Native Navigation.

https://rabbitapp.batyr.io

Hi guys!

I am going to walk you through the whole process of building a mobile app using React Native. It is going to be a simple one but I might be adding more features with time. But the most exciting thing about this app is that it is using Expo SDK with React Native Navigation that gives you a powerful set of tools and truly native navigation. Instead of using the default solution (react-navigation) in Expo (which is great, honestly), I prefer RNN as…


I am glad to see you on the last article out of six in this chapter.

If you are not familiar with what I am going to implement in this series of chapters, I would recommend you to read the introductory article:

All chapters of a “book”:

  1. 📰 Good News app. Backend in Golang behind Traefik reverse proxy with https available.
  2. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Flutter for rapid mobile applications development.
  3. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Hummingbird as a promising replacement for frontend frameworks.

And here are articles of current chapter:

  1. Prerequisites & Idea, project and database…


I am glad to see you on the fifth article out of six in this chapter.

If you are not familiar with what I am going to implement in this series of chapters, I would recommend you to read the introductory article:

All chapters of a “book”:

  1. 📰 Good News app. Backend in Golang behind Traefik reverse proxy with https available.
  2. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Flutter for rapid mobile applications development.
  3. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Hummingbird as a promising replacement for frontend frameworks.

And here are articles of current chapter:

  1. Prerequisites & Idea, project and database…


I am glad to see you on the fourth article out of six in this chapter.

If you are not familiar with what I am going to implement in this series of chapters, I would recommend you to read the introductory article:

All chapters of a “book”:

  1. 📰 Good News app. Backend in Golang behind Traefik reverse proxy with https available.
  2. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Flutter for rapid mobile applications development.
  3. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Hummingbird as a promising replacement for frontend frameworks.

And here are articles of current chapter:

  1. Prerequisites & Idea, project and database…


I am glad to see you on the third article out of six in this chapter.

If you are not familiar with what I am going to implement in this series of chapters, I would recommend you to read the introductory article:

All chapters of a “book”:

  1. 📰 Good News app. Backend in Golang behind Traefik reverse proxy with https available.
  2. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Flutter for rapid mobile applications development.
  3. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Hummingbird as a promising replacement for frontend frameworks.

And here are articles of current chapter:

  1. Prerequisites & Idea, project and database…


I am glad to see you on the second article out of six in this chapter.

If you are not familiar with what I am going to implement in this series of chapters, I would recommend you to read the introductory article:

All chapters of a “book”:

  1. 📰 Good News app. Backend in Golang behind Traefik reverse proxy with https available.
  2. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Flutter for rapid mobile applications development.
  3. [in progress] 📰 Good News app. Hummingbird as a promising replacement for frontend frameworks.

And here are articles of current chapter:

  1. Prerequisites & Idea, project and database…


Hello guys 🖖

I am glad to see you on the first article out of six in this chapter. The whole chapter is dedicated to show you how to build a backend using Golang and make it available through https requests. And among articles, there are going to be some interesting topics which could be useful in developing almost every backend. I am going to repeat those topics as I have briefly mentioned about them in the introductory article:

  • Deploying a backend written in Go within a tiny Docker image.
  • Parsing websites with Colly.
  • Exploiting Mongo as a database.
  • Using…


How Go, Flutter and Hummingbird become friends and start working together.

Hello guys 🖖

It has been a while since I have written my last post on Medium and it was about Machine Learning for one of my project at Pace University. Actually it was almost 2 years ago and for this time I have launched a few native iOS and Android applications, developed some projects, worked for the international company as a React Native developer and gained a lot of experience. …

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