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Twitter’s Fabric toolkit for developers is often shown off via two apps, Cannonball and Furni. Now, the company is releasing a series of blog posts showing exactly how it made those two apps, which can also be appreciated as best practices for making your own apps. The first post covers prototyping, design and stability — three tenets that any good app should have. Prototyping and design take you from whiteboard to wireframing an app, and encourage developers to do uncomfortable things like get feedback throughout the process. A section on stability dives into beta testing. While the team at Twitter…

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