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FlutterForce — #Week 35

- Flutter 1.7 Stable

Today we’re pleased to announce the general availability of Flutter 1.7, a smaller release after the major feature announcements at Google I/O. Flutter 1.7 contains support for AndroidX and for updated Play Store requirements, a number of new and enhanced components, and bug fixes to customer-reported issues.

- Chat App — Flutter(Frontend) and Firebase(Backend)

A flutter chat app built with firestore. It is clone of messenger.User can create stories,chat and search in real time.

- Async/Await — Flutter in Focus

This is the fourth video in the Flutter in Focus series on asynchronous coding in Dart. In this episode, learn how to use the async and await keywords with Dart’s Futures. They can help you avoid nested callbacks and keep your asynchronous code tight and easy to read. For more deep dives on things like Stateless and Stateful widgets, Flutter on iOS, and other advanced topics, check out the other episodes of Flutter in Focus.

- Amazing Database for Flutter and Dart Web

Moor is an easy to use, reactive persistence library for Flutter and Dart web apps. Define your database tables in pure Dart and enjoy a fluent query API, auto-updating streams and more

- Making a Blog with Flutter and Hugo

In this video I show how I’m using Hugo to create a blog and static API. Using this technique I can auto-magically update the Flutter web app every time I make a change to the blog.

- Custom AppBar

Flutter is on the rolls nowadays! Everything related to UI, Flutter’s widgets can be customized and ya obviously you can create one by your own, and that’s what we are going to do today from Ketan Choyal

- Flutter: The New Future of the Cross-Platform App Development

In this article, we are going to discuss Google’s latest sensation Flutter which has made cross-platform app development faster and more efficient. The app built with flutter gives Native like experience without compromising the speed of the development. from Paresh Sagar

- How to Connect a Flutter Project to Firebase for iOS and Android

In this video we are going to setup the backend of the project using Firebase. We’ll start out by getting the android emulator running and then connecting the Android version of the app to Firebase. After that, we’ll connect the iOS version to Firebase and trouble shoot the DEX reference limit bug in Android.

- RichText (Flutter Widget of the Week)

Do you want to show a line or paragraph that combines multiple styles? The RichText widget allows you to style your text. Whether you want to emphasize one word in bold and display another in a different color or font, RichText can help!

- Interesting features of the Dart programming language

Dart is often compared to Java for being a “boring” language. While it’s true that if you know Java (or JavaScript for that matter) Dart will look pretty familiar, I hope you’ll agree after reading the rest of this post that Dart has quite a lot more to offer, without going to extremes and becoming inaccessible. And to be honest, I would even go as far as saying that Dart deserves to be regarded as belonging to the same league as other modern languages like Kotlin and Swift (but with a killer app the other 2 are lacking: Flutter).

- Blazor (C#) running on top of Flutter

Today, nearly all browser-based apps are written in JavaScript (or similar languages that transpile to it). That’s fine, but there’s no good reason to limit our industry to basically one language when so many powerful and mature alternate languages and programming platforms exist. Starting now, WebAssembly opens the floodgates to new choices, and one of the first realistic options may be .NET.

- Flutter running inside Oculus VR

- Flutter State Management: setState, BLoC, ValueNotifier, Provider

In this video we compare various state management techniques, using a simple authentication flow with a loading state as an example.

- Draggable and Drag Target in Flutter

Flutter provides a variety of Widgets through which we can build any kind of UI. But more than a design, your app should be interactive so that it can be easily accessed to users. In this article, I will be building the following app which makes use of Draggable and DragTarget. So, first of all, let’s look at what are Draggable and DragTarget in Flutter. from Manik Gupta

- AspectD: An Effective AOP Solution for Flutter

With the rapid development of the Flutter framework, more and more businesses begin to use Flutter to refactor or build new products. However, in practice, we have found that, on the one hand, Flutter has a high development efficiency, excellent performance, and good cross-platform performance. On the other hand, Flutter also faces problems, such as missing or imperfect plug-ins, basic capabilities and the underlying framework.

- User profile banner with slide options for quick access

In this tutorial we will build a user profile banner that you can slide for more user options. This can be added into your Drawer where you usually have your user profile banner. Additionally you can keep this on some screens for quick access to the user options. This can also be used for something like a shopping cart where you display your total and number of items and allow them to edit or checkout directly from the swipe actions on this banner. Or for it’s intended purpose which is list items with swipe options.

- Drawing audio waveforms in Flutter (mobile+web)

In the previous article, I explained what data we needed to generate waveforms and showed how to use a BBC Free Open Source Software to generate that data. In this article, I will show how to draw a waveform using Google’s Flutter UI toolkit for mobile, desktop and web.

- Widget tricks — Create movable Stack widgets

One of my super secret Flutter projects for the Desktop and Web makes use of a canvas and a draggable node interface. This tutorial will show how I used a stack to accomplish draggable functionality using widgets. Not drag and Drop.

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