In this article I’ll discuss coding for dark mode in past, recent and future OS releases when writing apps in Flutter.
Flutter was built with theming, so dealing with OS-level dark mode is pretty straightforward. But it’s not that simple. You also have to:
Migrating web apps to Dart 2 is relatively easy, considering the major changes in language and tools on the underlying platform. I generally write larger web apps in pure Dart, without Angular or other frameworks. This made it more direct in some ways. But there were some issues that took a lot of trial and error, non-obvious Googling, and digging through source code to get things working.
I’ve updated the Flutter Studio web application with the goal of making it more flexible, complete, responsive and accurate. The app should now work better on different screens, keep you in the flow, accurately display your app on multiple devices and orientations and work consistently. In addition, it now produces complete, working code and build files and has a more complete set of widgets, including some new ones not found in the flutter.io widget catalog.
The new version
Flutter’s architecture and class choice can add risk to its API design. A good example is Bottom Navigation, a currently popular UI element.
When Java 1.1 was released in 1997, the language and platform was moving from a browser/internet programming language into the enterprise. A big part of that involved was including an interface to SQL, the programming interface for databases. …