Join Mic, Jake, and Huyen as they first discuss Material Design and it’s impact on Android since its release, and then delve into the big changes to Core Data in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra.
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- Material Design – Google
- Material Design Lite
- Android Support Library 23.2 – Android Developers Blog
- Android Icon Animator
- Animatable – Droidcon NYC
- Device Metrics – Google
- Sticker Sheets & Icons – Google
- Layout Templates – Google
- Keyline Pushing – Faiz Malkani
- A Practical Guide to Material Design Implementation for Android Developers – Yash Prabhu
- Understanding the RenderThread – Eugenio Marletti
- Roman Nurik – Twitter
- Nick Butcher – Twitter
- Chris Banes – Twitter
- What’s New in Core Data – WWDC ’16
- Concurrent Core Data, Now Easier Than Ever – Arkadiusz Holko
- Getting Started with Core Data – Pietro Rea
- Multiple Managed Object Contexts with Core Data – Matt Morey
- Lightweight Migrations in Core Data – Saul Mora
- Core Data by Tutorials – raywenderlich.com
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