When I started programming with C++ exactly 28 years ago, it was with Borland C++ 2.0 on MS-DOS. Then I went to the Windows 3.0 version, had a quick side step with Visual Basic until 2001 when I was back with C++ on Windows 2000 running Visual Studio 6. Then I moved to c#/.NET for a … Continue reading Sharing cross platform C++ code between the mobile and the cloud: Introduction
I'm working on a project for one of my client that will require us to share native C++ code between iOS and Android then consume this code in React Native. A quick google search led to several toolkits and samples on GitHub. This is great, I'll have a starting point to play. I have forked two … Continue reading A tale about using Open Source Software
Did you ever think about how your creativity might be shadowed by the performance requirements you- or your management -put on your yourself ? You've got to achieve more with less... I always loved solving problems, but almost one year ago I reached a point where my cognitive load was too high. Fortunately for me, … Continue reading Creativity vs Performance
UPDATE Fri 16 Feb 2018 : I'm back from Serverlessconf Paris 2018 where I learned about observability of a distributed system with the help of a fantastic tool : IOPipe. I suggest you take some time to give it a try, it is awesome. Last year I wrote a blog post about the urge to … Continue reading My cloud resource is failing and I don’t know why 😦
Update Wednesday 13 December 2017: Added a missing step about Babel ES2015 presets. I'm experiencing with Amazon Cognito for one of my customer. Because we've chosen ReactXP to build cross platform client apps- and AWS as our cloud platform, we have to integrate various AWS SDKs. Following are the steps required to integrate the Cognito … Continue reading Playing with AWS Cognito in ReactXP
This blog post is inspired by the recent multiple software bugs at the Paris-Montparnasse railway station, and other major software malfunctions encountered by the users and/or customers of the Agence Nationale des Titres Sécurisés and the famous Louvois Software. It is also inspired by a radio interview of Daniel Glazman on this subject that aired … Continue reading What are you trying to achieve ?
I'm in the process of evaluating Microsoft's ReactXP for one of my customer. The promise is to share most of the code of a new development between the web, iOS and Android. But beyond that, it is to be able to scale apps and be more productive while increasing quality. To learn more, I encourage … Continue reading Bringing the mobile apps to the web