To condense this entire post into one sentence: It would be you can host a well-running android emulator on the AWS cloud for about $0.0325 per hour.
Got your attention? Good.
Welcome to the final post of a 3 part series Deploying Android Emulators on AWS EC2. In this post, I would like to introduce you to the wonders of spot instances and how can you exploit their cheapness to your own benefit. …
“You can invest more into android emulator hosting hardware (i.e. get bare metal instances) and reap the benefits later” will be the tagline I would start with because that really is the gist of this entire post (minus some really cool demonstration scripts I’ve got for you)
This post is a part of the series Deploying Android Emulators on AWS EC2.
Exploring the use cases where android emulators come in handy, how to set them up on the EC2 instances, what variants you can run on cheap t2 instances, and what a solo developer should expect when planning to use AWS instances for cloud emulator deployment.
Disclaimer: The author of this blog post documents his opinions and experiences towards android ROM and kernel in particular, anything other than that like android app development and gradle builds are not his forte and any pieces of advice will not be found under this post. Thank you for the patience, Read on!
Two months into my internship at Trell (Lifestyle-Community-Commerce) platform as a full stack developer, I dived headfirst into the world of Go and more specifically the Gin Web framework. Upon my first major project assignment, I was given this holy grail module, a one-stop solution for any scripting + HTTP server requirements including integrations with SQL database, Redis and Elastic. We majorly used this for scripting and I will be elaborating how.
Want to pick your react hook and API integration skills up a notch? The following project: Fit Me Up! is a boredom brainchild that utilizes the above-mentioned technologies at its core and I have elucidated on what all did I learn throughout the development of this project!
It’s a mini visualization dashboard which fetches your weekly google fit data and gives you a summary of the following points
Here’s the online demo!
To give a…
Implementing a Dark theme switch in a dashboard designed using Material-UI
Dark Theme is a relatively new design concept, introduced into the development space back in 2018 and within a span of 2 years, we can’t imagine our products without a night mode! With almost every web-app and apps following the suite, let’s take a deeper dive and first ascertain why do we need a night mode in the first place?
While this question seems redundant and should belong to a FAQ, I’d still like to take the opportunity and elaborate on the positives about the dark themed user interfaces.
A journey of grind in Codeforces, Codechef and a fair combination of LeetCode and Geeks for Geeks.
Data Structures and Algorithms happen to be an integral part of any Computer Science and Engineering student along with other subjects, like Operating Systems, DBMS and Networking (being my top favorites among a list of possibly 3–4 more). While such subjects exist, there is a visible highlight on the importance of Data Structures and Algorithms (which I’ll be referring to as DSA from here onward).
The DSA happens to be seriously important for understanding the trade-offs which will occur in memory and time…
“An idea is the cornerstone of an amazing project, however useless it might sound”
After continuous full stack open source contributions and the Google Summer of Code period earlier this year, it’s safe to say that a break was intended to shake away the accompanying burnout. After the well deserved chill tenure, it’s time to get back to the ‘a-commit-a-day’ mode.
This time, it’ll be a mini project, specifically focusing on comparison of two profiles on Github itself to observe the difference between contribution patterns between the two developers, their activities and other retrievable components regarding their experience.
One incident, four lessons.
I have been told that most of my blog posts either carry nerdy information, abstract poems or melancholy outlines. I am afraid that this post is no different and will most probably follow the last suite with a particular topic in mind which I really want to burst out about. This post is no reading under the lines, nothing abstract and definitely no treading in grey. …
Something off the code. Something closer to human. Something to leave you searching.
The world’s a stage, that we know the actors are all us, we knew that too.
Everyone, walking this path of retribution.wondering, what horror lies ahead, in the search for a meadow somewhere.
The emotional pain, each man avoids. Alas! the pebbles on the barefoot path betrays.
The road intertwine, the passengers do too. Little do the know the bigger the crossroad the stiffer the thorns.
Brave are those who get their feet up cold and rejoice in the breeze the cross roads present.
But to humour…
Google Summer of Code ’19 @fossasia | @tensorflow, @fossasia Mentor — Google Code In ’19 | Full Stack Developer by Profession, Writer and Reader by hobby