Till last month there was a confusion on whether Apple is going to support PWAs or not. But with the recent 11.3 update, Apple silently added support to Progressive Web Apps (PWA).
Here is a snapshot of Flipkart Lite PWA on iPhone –
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If you want to have interval markers on both side of axis in Highcharts and wondering how to do it because Highcharts only support tickPosition = inside or outside. Here is a simple work-around for it.
We can do it in three simple steps.
Add one more xAxis, with tickPosition as ‘inside’
Disable its labels (so that there will be no gap between both the axes
link the second axis with first one using linkedTo
When developing a cross-platform application, it is common for us to target multiple form factors like Phones, Tablets, iPads etc. But in a Xamarin.Forms application we will define the control in a layout only once for all the targeted devices (iOS/Android/Windows Phone). There is no direct way to specify different font-sizes based on the form-factor/resolution of the devices. Hardly we can specify the font-size to a particular number which is common for all the devices and form-factors.
One simple way to fix this problem is to assign the device specific appropriate size in OnAppearing method by overriding it.