FlutterForce — #Week 122
- FlutterFlow is now live!
FlutterFlow launches today! We are so excited to make this publicly available after months of hard work and amazing feedback from our early access users 💜
- Announcing Appwrite Release
Appwrite already has support for Database, Authentication, Storage and Cloud Functions and the team is already working on adding support for real-time, GraphQL, MongoDB, and other pretty cool features that are in the pipeline.
- Announcing Flutter 2.2 at Google I/O 2021
At Google I/O today, we announced Flutter 2.2, our latest release of the open source toolkit for building beautiful apps for any device from a single platform. Flutter 2.2 is the best version of Flutter yet, with updates that make it easier than ever for developers to monetize their apps through in-app purchases, payments and ads; to connect to cloud services and APIs that extend apps to support new capabilities; and with tooling and language features that allow developers to eliminate a whole class of errors, increase app performance and reduce package size. by Tim Sneath
- Linting for Clean Flutter Code
Linting is something that you should be using for every single project. It is a one time set up that helps all your projects stay clean and organized. You have lots of options to either use packages or you can make custom ones and do it yourself which is my preferred way.
- Flutter + Firebase: How we built CrochetApp
What do we do? We build extraordinary mobile apps. From scratch, turnkey. From a very rough client idea to a published product in all markets. And today I will tell you how we built one of them: CrochetApp. by Darja Tretjakova
Improve your Flutter coding skills by building real projects. Solve real-world Flutter challenges while working to professional designs.
- Davinci 2.0.0
A package to convert any widget to an image which can be saved locally or can be shared to other apps and chats.
- Dart Flutter Database ObjectBox 1.0 Release
In 2019 we first introduced the ObjectBox database v0.1 for Flutter/Dart. Our team has loved the engagement and feedback we’ve received from the developer community since, and we’re thrilled to announce the first stable version 1.0 for ObjectBox Dart/Flutter today.
- How It’s Made: I/O Photo Booth
We (the folks at Very Good Ventures) teamed up with Google to bring an interactive experience to this year’s Google I/O: a photo booth! You can take pictures with well-known Google mascots: Flutter’s Dash, Android Jetpack, Chrome’s Dino, and Firebase’s Sparky, and decorate photos with stickers, including party hats, pizza, funky glasses, and more. Finally, you can share photos on social media and download them to update your profile picture for the event!
- What’s new in Flutter 2.2
Today is the day we make Flutter 2.2 available. You get to it by switching to the stable channel and upgrading your current Flutter installation, or going to flutter.dev/docs/get-started to start a new installation. by Chris Sells
- Building a desktop design language with Flutter
Learn how to build a custom widget set for desktop now that Flutter supports desktop applications. We walk you through the creation of a retro-styled Spinner widget that works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
- Building platform adaptive apps
Flutter now supports six platforms across mobile, desktop, and the web. Learn best practices for making your application feel at home on each of these platforms while also maximizing code reuse.
The Chicago widget set is a retro 32-bit desktop design language for Flutter. It was discussed in the “Building a desktop design language with Flutter” session in Google I/O 2021.
- Desktop GUI Implementation using Flutter WEB
I wasn’t really expecting a lot from the stable release of Flutter Web since I’ve already tried the Beta, and there wasn’t enough support for most plugins. But getting back to it two weeks ago, I was surprised about the number of plugins currently supporting WEB.
That pushed me to try something challenging, creating a Desktop GUI using flutter web as my new portfolio website 😎. by Achraf Feydi
- News App
A simple news app with a minimalistic and clean UI that incorporates the newsapi.org api all built entirely with Flutter. Be sure to leave a star 🌟
Paddinger is a Flutter package to generate Padding widgets.
- Building a Flutter devtool plugin | Invertase
Very recently, the Flutter devtool got extended to include a screen that integrates with provider to allow you to inspect and edit the state of your applications. In this blog post I will cover how you can add new functionalities to the devtool.
SnippetCoderUtils is a Utility package built with Flutter SDK to make Flutter development easier and more enjoyable than ever.
- Flutter UI — Project Management App Design
Project Management is an integral part of any company to work effectively. Learn how to design an amazing Flutter UI for Project Management app. Hope this video inspires you to design more amazing apps. If you have a specific app design that you would like us to do, leave it in the comments! 😃
- Flutter 2.2: Creating your first Universal Windows Program (UWP) with Flutter
Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, desktop, and embedded devices from a single codebase. Flutter has had support for creating legacy Win32 programs since September 2020, but in Google I/O 2021, this Windows support has finally expanded to UWP! by Xuan Han Tan
- Flutter Provider for Beginners — 5 Minutes Tuto
Flutter Provider Explained! This is the easiest way to learn the basic of the Flutter Provider. Big thanks to Learn Flutter Code for the inspiration!
- Flutter Tutorial — Delivery App
Create a Flutter Delivery App that generates an Invoice PDF document with the customer signature included.
- How To, Flutter Internal Packages
This is a How-To on how to use internal packages as internal plugins. You may not want to make your internal libraries public. Well, there is a way to make internal packages mimic internal plugins and I show you how in this article. by Fred Grott
- An In-Depth Dive Into Streaming Data Across Platform Channels on Flutter
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Platform Channels to stream data into your Flutter app.
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