Follow the steps on this learning path to learn about the advantages of an offline-first development strategy for both developers and engineering managers. We’ll look generally at the difficulties of mobile networking, compare different solutions for implementing an offline-first architecture, and finally dive deep into how Realm makes for a reliable offline-first app experience with minimal development effort.
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