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App Developer Magazine July 2022In this month's issue we've got an exclusive with Chris Cummings from Iconic Moments about their new NFT marketplace built on Ethereum with the feel of a museum gallery. We also caught up with Marcin Gajda from the Software House and discussed the trends in 2022 for frontend development. Jeremiah Sius from New Relic, Inc. shares the best practices for site reliability engineering and Manu Siddalingegowda from Lisk covers everything you need to know about blockchain interoperability. Even more, we have exclusives with Ru Bhikha from Uswitch.com, Robb Watts from Forbes Advisor, Nathan Darst and Charles Manning from Kochava, and Sam Dale from IDTechEx. Also be sure to check out the Google Maps API updates which include styling for boundaries, how Shammi Shish and Bored Ape Yacht Club artists partnered to break the world record for the worlds most expensive champagne, how to use data cleanrooms to bridge marketing gaps, what Meta's future VR optics look like, and important updates to SKAdNetwork and Private Relay quasi-VPN. Dont miss out on which US states suffered the biggest monetary losses from data breaches, a new metaverse mobile app, Apple WWDC 2022 announcements, the Hitachi Rail and HyperloopTT milestones, and a ton more.
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