How to Create a Twitter Bot with GoLang

As a software engineer, I am always looking for ways to automate things using APIs. And having a bot doing what you wish is really cool. For instance, if you want to share some knowledge with your Twitter community, you can write a bot that searches for the information and publishes it for you without any sweat. So today we are going to learn how to write, query, and retweet using the Twitter API and a GoLang client.

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How to Make an Android Splash Screen

The splash screen is the first thing we notice when using any Android program. I struggled to find the right approach to Android development when I first started learning about it, but when the process was officially disclosed by the Android developer's team, the "issue" was resolved. This tutorial summarizes my learnings.

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How Well Do You Know SwiftUI?

The first thing you should know about SwiftUI is that it is not a new programming language, and neither is it an updated version of the Swift language that has a declarative syntax feature. This has caused some confusion, especially among newer Swift developers. So what is SwiftUI?  

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How to Use UIkit for Low-Level Image Processing in Swift

Ever thought about creating your own Instagram or image filtering application but don't know exactly how to approach it? Have some old C++ code but don’t want to go through all the wrappers? This guide is meant to show some of the basics of image processing in Swift using only UIkit.

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