Over Engineering

Over is a mobile app for creativity that allows you to build beautiful custom designs

Editors
Wayne Ashley Berry

Software Engineer at @over

Daniel Galasko

"If you only do what you can do, you'll never be better than what you are" - Kung Fu Panda 3. Currently iOS @over

Johan Andersson

Digital art lover, heavy coffee drinker, maker of iOS app Image Blender and developer at VideofyMe

Kobus Brümmer

iOS engineer at Over. Lives in beautiful Cape Town.

Rebecca Franks

Google Developer Expert & Android Engineer at @Over . South Africa. ZA. I write more here — https://riggaroo.co.za

Nick Rout

Android Engineer @ Over | GDG Cape Town Organizer

Michael Dube

iOS & macOS app developer. Currently building cool stuff for @Over. I'm a junkie for Visual Arts & innovative ideas.

Latest Posts

Hands-on with Material Components for Android: Buttons

Part 4 of a series covering practical usage of Material Components for Android

Android: Using Physics-based Animations in Custom Views (SpringAnimation) 👩🏻‍🔬

Learn how to use physics-based animations in a Custom View implementation for natural looking animations in your app.

Hands-on with Material Components for Android: Bottom Sheets

Part 3 of a series covering practical usage of Material Components for Android

Android Canvas APIs with Kotlin and KTX

Learn how to use the Android KTX extension functions to clean up Canvas drawing code

Hands-on with Material Components for Android: Bottom Navigation

Part 2 of a series covering practical usage of Material Components for Android

Rxify: Exponential Backoff on retry

Whenever we think of retrying there are quite a few options available to us. Create a custom solution with recursion perhaps or maybe an…

iOS @ Over: Starting a Platform Team

The challenge that all scaling teams face is in dealing with the growing pile of technical debt and performance problems. With a few…

Hands-on with Material Components for Android: Bottom App Bar

Part 1 of a series covering practical usage of Material Components for Android

Building Responsive/Resizable Android UIs for ChromeOS 📐📏

Supporting ChromeOS devices sounds like a large undertaking with many unknowns. If you didn’t know already, ChromeOS allows users to…

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