Welcome to this article about Flutter, Google Firebase, and Google Cloud Functions.
In this article, I will speak about — Firebase Function for a Flutter mobile app. For the past year, there were more and more articles about Function-as-a-Service (Faas) or serverless software. Google Cloud Functions is one implementation of this service. And we will see how we can implement this in a very basic “Hello World” Flutter/Firebase project.
In this article, you must have some knowledge about Flutter. It will develop an Android app one a Linux distribution with Android Studio. But you can easily adjust to your project.
In this article, we will see these…
Today, I will speak to you about the sensor package. It ensures access to the accelerometer and gyroscope sensors. May be it can be useful for your game app 🙂
flutter create sensorTest
In pubspec.yaml, add (or any other version) :
flutter pub get
On a phone, they are many sensors: move, light, temperature, GPS, fingerprint, microphone…
Everything starting during the 2020 lockdown. I had a bit of (it is the case to be said) time. As a developer, I have never taken the opportunity to experience mobile app programming. It was the right time, and I decide to try Flutter
Flutter is an SDK for cross-platform development. It makes it possible to create an interface on mobiles (Android, IOS…) and website design, by using a single code
Tout à commencer pendant le confinement 2020, j’avais un peu (c’est le cas de le dire) de temps. Étant développeur mais n’ayant jamais eu l’occasion d’expérimenté la programmation d’application mobile. Je me suis dis c’est le moment. J’ai donc jeté mon dévolu sur Flutter
Flutter est un SDK permettant de faire du cross plateforme. Il permet donc de réaliser des interface sur mobiles (Android, IOS,) et Web mais en utilisant un unique code.