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Extensions are a quick way to get your work done. A lot of extensions help in reducing repetitive work, reduce boilerplate code, etc. Some other extensions help in assisting the development process and even help in faster and efficient development.

If you are looking for keyboard shortcuts you can checkout this article of mine Flutter — Visual Studio Code Shortcuts for Fast and Efficient Development.

How to install extensions?

First a quick recap on how to install extensions. Inside VS Code, click extensions on left side, and search for the extension and click on install.

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How to install extensions

First of all I hope you have Dart and Flutter Extensions enabled, if not you can get them from here : Dart and Flutter. These provide a lot of features and usually when you start working with flutter, you would install these definitely. …


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Building a machine learning model to identify custom images might require a lot of dataset collection and a lot of time to do it correctly. This article is not a theoretical one—rather, I’ll walk you through the steps for creating an app that you could distribute amongst your peers to collect, create, and analyze TensorFlow models.

If you want a custom image classifier, but don’t have the right data or the know-how to build it, you’ve come to the right place. With this tutorial you will be able to create a Flutter app (runs on both iOS and Android) to create datasets, collaborate on the collection of training data, and then trigger the training of custom image classifiers directly from the device. …


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It is a well known fact that keyboard shortcuts can help us a lot while developing, especially when you have a lot of code to go through and you have to find the opening and closing brackets or insert a new widget or remove one. …

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