As your React application grows, you will likely need a solution for state management. State management can be a difficult problem to solve, and although there are several solutions available (Redux, React Context, Apollo, etc.) some can be difficult to implement and each has its pros and cons.
My primary reason for compiling Go on Android was to use a tool that was written in Go. I wanted to embed that binary in my custom ROM I was building from the AOSP source.
To follow along with this tutorial you will need a rooted Android device, some knowledge of the Go language is helpful although not required. Some knowledge of ADB would be helpful but again it isn’t required since I’ll walk you through what the commands do.
Because Python is awesome! But seriously the main reason I embedded Python into my custom ROM was that I had a lot of scripts running on startup and as those scripts got larger and more complex they became more difficult to maintain. One day I needed a script that did some work that was quite a bit more complex than before and I needed to crunch some numbers so I finally decided to make the switch. I never changed any of my old shell scripts but I did start only using Python moving forward. Why did I switch? …
The reason I originally looked into this was that I had a WebRTC application that needed a signaling server and I wanted to run it on the embedded system so I wouldn’t need a second computer. Another use case might be that you…
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