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  • For dog owners in need of a walker, Wag! has an on-demand walker service where you can have a walker at your door in 15 minutes or less. Or just schedule walks ahead of time — whatever floats your boat. Leave customized notes for walkers about special needs for your dog (s) and home. While […] The post Wag! appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Imagine! You’ve got this awesome app served by a RESTful API through Django/DRF and suddenly a requirement comes in: We want this app and CMS (admin panel) in Chinese or We want this app and CMS (admin panel) in German And if you’ve got this humongous code-base not written with all the ugettextand ugettext_lazy stuff in mind, then […] The post Supporting Multiple Languages In Django  —  Part 1 app...

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  • Developed originally by Nik Software, the once premium photo editor app was bought by Google and released for free on all iOS and Android devices. Since then, there are even more features to get excited about. Snapseed lets you easily filter, adjust, crop and generally improve the quality of your photos. Open up the app […] The post Snapseed appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Filtru has brewing guides for 9 popular brewing devices; French Press, Moka Pot, Siphon, Kalita Wave, Bee House Dripper, Chemex, AeroPress, Hario V60 and Bonmac Dripper. For each brewing method, the app gives a brief description and basic instructions for those who have never used the device before — or if you are just curious […] The post Filtru Coffee appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Hello folks! Welcome to part 3 of Conquering ReactiveSwift: Signal and Observer. In the previous article, we discussed various primitives of ReactiveSwift. In this part, we will discuss Signal, which is an important primitive under the category Source. This article will guide you through the process of creating a Signal and Observer using them together. Signal In Functional Reactive Programming […...

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  • Kiss My Score allows you to easily join Facebook friends’ leagues, create your own, or jump in one of the many already populated groups on the app. Your personal profile keeps track of betting history, total points, accuracy rate, friends playing and more. Each league displays player ranking, points, and lets you live chat with […] The post Kiss My Score appeared first on Fueled.

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  • A Problem of Our Time “I want to launch a website and its mobile companion app. The application will be available on both iOS and Android. I heard that React Native would be a perfect fit for me. Is that true?” There are two types of users. Those who use their computer to visit their favorite […] The post Should I Use React Native? appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Aaptiv has thousands of available workouts, with options ranging from outdoor running to rowing, to bodyweight strength training, to even low-key options like meditation. There are constantly new workouts available, all with supportive and energetic certified personal trainers. Whether you already have a gym membership, are training for a marathon, or just want to do […] The post Aaptiv appeared f...

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  • The Previous article was mostly about the theoretical concepts that come handy when working with the Android NDK. In this article, we are going to see how we can call native code from Kotlin. I created a KotlinJniSample Application that has a simple HelloWorldexample to showcase how native code is called from Kotlin. I created a class NativeStore to […] The post Understanding Android NDK with Kotl...

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  • Once upon a time, women dominated the world of computer programming. With their planning and organizational skills, more or less required by society in the 1950s, women were ideal candidates for the extremely detail-oriented job of coding. Since the mid-eighties, however, the number of women majoring in computer science has decreased substantially and the traditional […] The post Los Angeles Women...

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  • Nurx provides 50 brand options to choose from, including all types of birth control (pills, ring, or patch). If you can’t find the brand you normally use on this birth control app, don’t worry. Nurx lets you talk with a board certified healthcare professional that will find the right prescription for you free of charge. […] The post Nurx appeared first on Fueled.

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  • At Fueled, we’ve built apps for startups like Warby Parker and Crunchbase and enterprise clients including Verizon, Rite Aid, and MGM. There are many strategies for calculating (return on investment) ROI for apps, like app calculators, but as a product driven company, we focus on developing features that balance user value and business requirements. When […] The post How Do We Calculate Return on ...

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  • Moved gives you quotes on movers, and provides the contact info to follow up with your best options. You can also order packing materials directly via this moving app, making Moved a one-stop shop for everything you need to get into your new home with all your stuff intact. When you open the app, Moved […] The post Moved appeared first on Fueled.

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  • The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect May 25, 2018. The policy has broad implications for every global company with strong business interests in Europe. GDPR is set to replace the Data Protection Directive (DPD), which went into effect in 1995. The new policy gives more power to individuals when […] The post Fueled’s Guide To GDPR For Mobile Applicati...

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  • Chef’s Feed is a hub for foodies that makes it easy to find quality restaurants, bars and coffee shops near you. It’s also chock full of videos, articles, and recipes featuring some of the hardest working and most talented chefs in the business, their recipes, and opinions on cooking. Finding new places with Chef’s Feed […] The post Chef’s Feed appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Deliveries supports all major carriers including UPS, FedEx, US Postal Service, and many more national and international shipping companies. To enter a delivery into the app, all you must do is enter the tracking number once and Deliveries handles the rest. Customize the item names as you add each to your list. Deliveries will tell […] The post Deliveries appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Last year at Google I/O 2017, Google Google announced that the company was shifting from “mobile first” to “AI first”.  At Google I/O 2018, the company took significant steps towards executing on that strategy by announcing toolkits and programs that will further streamline the Android AI development process. There were also some great app design […] The post Google I/O 2018 Focused On Android AI ...

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  • An Android developer‘s daily life is full of challenges, from updates in the ecosystem, migration to Kotlin to using Dagger2, RxJava and so on. On my journey to becoming a better developer, I got a chance play with the Android NDK on one of my projects. I was excited to work on it but at […] The post Understanding Android NDK with Kotlin: Part 1 – Concepts appeared first on Fueled.

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  •     If your friends, or the tastemakers you follow, have saved a place or left a review, you have instant access to their thoughts and recommendations. The list view lets you filter by cuisine and will show you all your friends’ favorite ramen spots or most frequented late-night pizza joints. Each restaurant, cafe, or […] The post SALT appeared first on Fueled.

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  •   When you initially download Hiya, you must go into your settings, under phone, and turn on Hiya — Spam & Block. From there, Hiya will download and periodically update the latest call protection data, keeping you protected from over 200,00 spam and scam numbers. The app is immediately user-friendly. From the get-go, Hiya provides […] The post Hiya appeared first on Fueled.

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  • On Thursday, March 29th We The Fueled, in association with Vice Media, Kind, and Momofuku Milk Bar, hosted a gathering of women in the fashion industry to tell their stories and speak on diversity in fashion. The panel featured Andrea Hadfield, VP of Ecommerce and Retail at Christian Louboutin; Audrey O’Brien, Director of Fabric Research […] The post We The Fueled Presents: A Conversation on Diver...

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  •   Once you sign up for Hooch, you’re immediately eligible to redeem your free drink. Featuring directions, hours of operation, and brief descriptions for each bar in the app, Hooch makes it easy not only to find potential hidden gems but save you a few bucks too. When you’ve arrived at your chosen watering hole, […] The post Hooch appeared first on Fueled.

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  • The term “hidden-city flights” refers to when travelers book multiple leg flights with the intent of stopping in the layover city and not boarding the flight to the final destination. As an example, a traveler who wants to go to San Francisco from New York would book a flight that is ticketed for NYC -> […] The post Skiplagged appeared first on Fueled.

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  •   Breaker is a social podcast app. When you sign up you are prompted to follow your Facebook friends and Twitter mutuals. Like Instagram, you can view friend activity to see what podcasts they just finished. Browse user profiles to see other users’ subscriptions. Each podcast episode on Breaker can be liked, shared, or commented […] The post Breaker appeared first on Fueled.

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  • Care symbols were designed by GINETEX, the International Association for Textile Care Labelling in the late 1950s. They have been the international standard for decades, and have proven vital over the years, due to the increased manufacturing of clothing internationally. Care symbols give instructions on which methods are safe and recommended to use on a […] The post Laundry Day appeared first on ...

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  • Enterprise blockchain adoption is not as widespread as you may think. A 2017 study found that 28% of large companies are considering using blockchain technology, yet only 3% actually are. Enterprise companies are rushing to jump on the bandwagon without fully understanding the power of its application. Blockchain isn’t just a trend, it’s a technological concept […] The post The Four Things Enterpr...

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  •   According to the CDC, the 2018 flu season has hospitalized over 17,000 Americans. These stats are from February, and even into March, influenza continues to be a widespread concern for individuals and families. Sickweather’s SickScore ® crowdsources user reports to assign a score and risk factor to your area and surfaces top trending symptoms. […] The post Sickweather appeared first on Fueled.

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  • We at Fueled use ReactiveSwift in much of our iOS development. In Part One of our Conquering ReactiveSwift Series, we analyzed the difference between the imperative way and the functional reactive way of solving a problem. For Part Two, we will dive into the realm of ReactiveSwift, starting with the various primitives(basic building blocks) of […] The post Conquering ReactiveSwift: Primitives appe...

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