Articles about: Development

Here, we're talking about general development, desktop applications, server code, etc.

How do I get my Turbo application onto Android?
How do I get my Turbo application onto Android?

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Level: Confirmed

Hello 🙂 Lately we've been talking about Turbo and iOS, and about making PWAs installable. This article is the continuation of those two articles (well, more the one on iOS), so I invite you to skim it, because even if the two systems are quite different, the principle is the same. The application in production As always, the app we're going to talk about is the one I use every time I want to test new technologies. As I write these lines, it's available on the Google Play Store....

Ludovic Frank - Freelance developer
Ludovic Frank
Oct 16, 2023
Is it hard to learn to code?
Is it hard to learn to code?

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Level: Beginner

It's back to school time, and we're off to work on a new series of articles, starting with a closely related topic... ? Among the questions most often asked of a developer are : I've got a great idea! Are you up for doing the new Facebook? How much does a site cost? How hard is it to code? I'll let you make up your own mind about the first two... I'll just answer the third... ? Getting started and learning You see ads everywhere: "Become a developer in 3 months!" or "Lea...

Josselin Dionisi - Freelance developer
Josselin Dionisi
Sep 26, 2023
How to put a Turbo app on the App Store (iOS)?
How to put a Turbo app on the App Store (iOS)?

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Level: Confirmed

Hi there 🙂, After last week's slightly lighter article, this week we're going into something a bit harder.... My experience with native and hybrid apps (before Turbo Native) This isn't my first app on the App Store, whether it's personal projects or client apps, I've already had the opportunity to work on iOS, through Cordova at the time or even React Native, but I've put that part to one side for a while... 100% native applications In the case of iOS, when you want to work...

Ludovic Frank - Freelance developer
Ludovic Frank
Sep 13, 2023
What is object-oriented programming?
What is object-oriented programming?

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Level: intermediate

Hello, hello? Have you ever watched a child playing with "Legos"? Stacked one on top of the other, they create complex structures that are both unique and fundamentally similar, because they all share the same basic elements... What if I told you that playing with Legos is a bit like our topic for today... Welcome to the concept of object-oriented programming (OOP)! It may sound like an obscure concept, a maze of jargon designed to confuse, but fear not, it will! We're about to emba...

Ludovic Frank - Freelance developer
Ludovic Frank
May 12, 2023
What does AI mean for developers?
What does AI mean for developers?

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Level: Beginner

Hello and welcome to a new world! Well, almost. You couldn't miss it, today everyone's talking about AI, Artificial Intelligence and super-smart robots that do everything for us. < So I thought, this might be a good opportunity to set the record straight on the subject. What is AI? We're talking about artificial intelligence, but that in itself is already shorthand for a machine learning model. In other words, the "computer", i.e. a set of servers, will be able to deduce things by pr...

Josselin Dionisi - Freelance developer
Josselin Dionisi
Jan 31, 2023
Why do I love being a web developer?
Why do I love being a web developer?

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Level: Confirmed beginner

Good morning Good morning, This week, for once, we're going to talk about software development (no kidding??). And I'm going to try to shed some light on why I chose web development over other fields, and ... there are some! (who's for a bit of assembling here??) Got a hot drink handy? OK! Let's get started! Other types of developers This list isn't exhaustive - there are bound to be areas I haven't mentioned - but I'll try to give you an idea of what's out there. Foreword: Wh...

Ludovic Frank - Freelance developer
Ludovic Frank
Nov 28, 2022
How to create Cron spots easily?
How to create Cron spots easily?

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Level: Beginner

Hello there, Today we're going to talk about Cron, a tool that lets you create scheduled tasks on a Linux server. It's a very useful tool for automating repetitive tasks, such as sending e-mails, backing up files and so on. For beginners, creating Cron tasks can be a little complicated, but don't panic... with the right tools and knowledge, it's pretty straightforward. What is Cron? Cron is the Linux job scheduling system. It allows you to launch tasks at specific times, or at regular...

Ludovic Frank - Freelance developer
Ludovic Frank
Oct 30, 2022
How do you code a project for several people?
How do you code a project for several people?

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Level: Confirmed beginner

What does it mean to code with several people? As developers, you're geeks who work alone from home, aren't you? Well, not quite. In fact, if we just coded alone, we wouldn't get very far as developers. Helping each other and working together are the pillars of the IT world. So today we're going to take a look at the main forms that exist, and why they're useful in your apprenticeship or career as a developer? Peer-programming One of the best-known and most natural forms of mutual a...

Josselin Dionisi - Freelance developer
Josselin Dionisi
May 16, 2022
What is git and versioning?
What is git and versioning?

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Level: Beginner

Last time, I told you about CI/CD right here I don't know if you thought it was cool, but today we're going to talk about Git itself. "You've already explained to us, though, that it's meant to deploy our code online, is there anything else?" Yes, CI/CD is only part of what Git can be used for. Indeed, its primary use is versioning. Behind this rather barbaric name lies something that is both very useful and almost magical. Yes, it is. "What's this guy trying to sell us now? Noth...

Josselin Dionisi - Freelance developer
Josselin Dionisi
Mar 25, 2022
What is CI/CD?
What is CI/CD?

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Level: intermediate

Just like Github or Docker, most of today's developers have come across this strange collection of letters. Well, today we're going to tell you what it means, what it is and what it's for! Continuous Integration(CI) and Continuous Deployment(CD) are steps in the versioning of your code. In fact, if you'd like us to explain versioning, Git and all that follows in another article, don't hesitate to let us know! Continuous integration This stage consists of carrying out a battery of te...

Josselin Dionisi - Freelance developer
Josselin Dionisi
Feb 14, 2022