For example, when something could easily just be a PWA, then maybe you don’t even need an app. Another example is an app that is heavily dependent on some SDK feature (I remember using a lot of useful extension apps for Android — those would be very hard to impossible to do in Flutter). Even just a very Map-centric app (think Uber/Lyft), while very…
You’re absolutely right. Toxicity can be found everywhere. But there are communities where it’s rampant, and communities where the vast majority agrees it’s Not Okay™, and actively fights against it, and everything in between. I think Flutter has the chance to be among the the “Not Okay” ones.
Good point, and thanks for taking the time to reply!
I admit I’m still booking most of my travel with booking.com, so that’s in line with your thinking.
On the other hand, I’m getting increasingly tired of the artificial scarcity approach (since before I knew the proper name for it) and if someone…
Fantastic article, Pooja!
Cmd+Shift+A (on a Mac, probably
Ctrl+Shift+A elsewhere) to search for useful commands (including all the ones you mention in your article). When I can’t remember the shortcut, I use
Great article, thanks! I’m surprised you’re not mentioning reactance, the number one reason why not to use scarcity (even if it happens not to be fake). I’d say reactance is increasingly something to beware, as consumers get more and more savvy. Especially for experienced (~rich) consumers, the potential backfire effect is not worth it, in my opinion.
I used the pareto front (plus a combined fitness index to help me sort through the front). The concept of pareto fronts is explained well in the video by Dr Rostami that I embedded in the article. In the end, I basically picked result #1 in the sorted pareto front (but I did review more alternatives, just to be sure).
Yes, the canonical way at Google is to plug the streams to the parent Bloc instead of having a direct reference.
In other ways, you subscribe the parent to streams of its children that it’s interested in. If a child is interested in a stream of a sibling, it needs to go to the parent.
I think you misunderstood Kevin’s point. I assume you’re reacting to: