In-reply-to » @prologic I could, but something I was wondering is: why not share the codebase between the webapp and the mobile app so that such discrepancies are minimized? Otherwise there's parallel development going on at all times, which violates the [DRY]('trepeatyourself?useskin=vector) principle. This is quite hard to do really. Because the โ€œweb appโ€ is a server-side rendered (SSR) app. Mobiles Apps are not normally written this way (in fact they never are). They are two very different code-bases, which is why we spend a lot of effort on the client and the API. On a side note, Iโ€™m also working in parallel on a way to โ€œembedโ€ Go code (as a client) in a Flutter App in the hopes for more reusability for โ€“ If we can pull that off, itโ€™ll also help improve the reuseability of client features and improve on keeping things DRY for the app ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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