FlutterForce — #Week 71
- Getting Started: Creating Your Flutter Project
This article won’t be about how to install Flutter + create a project. The official installation guide already does an excellent job at explaining how to do that.
What we will see instead are the extra steps that can benefit larger projects, that Flutter don’t necessarily mention.
- 7 things we learned writing a camera app in Flutter
So my friend approached me with the idea of creating a simple camera app that serves as a disposable camera, you take 24 pictures and then you get them delivered as prints to your home address.
Here is our story of writing that app (Lightsnap) in Flutter for the past 2 months. by Gudmundur Bergsteinsson
- Build a Real-time Flutter Chat Application using Stream
In this tutorial, using the Stream platform, we explore their chat API and Flutter components to build a real-time chat application in Flutter using only 100 lines of code (give or take). Stream’s integration with Flutter creates one of the fastest and easiest ways to incorporate live chat into your application.
- Timecop — A time tracking app built with Flutter
A time tracking app that respects your privacy and the gets the job done without being fancy. https://timecop.app/
- Essential Flutter Resources for All Levels
Flutter is one of the fastest growing app frameworks out right now. Google’s open-source UI SDK has appealed to a lot of developers old and new with its fast development, expressive UI, and native performance on both iOS and Android. Here’s a collection of the best and most useful Flutter resources we’ve found.
- Beginner’s guide to BLoC Pattern in Flutter
This article will serve as a beginner’s guide to BLoC pattern. I will provide my own simple definitions and an example using this pattern in Flutter. By the end of this post, you should be able to understand how powerful it is and be able to use it in your projects.
- Flutter Europe: Animations in Flutter done right
In this talk, Emily Fortuna and Andrew Fitz Gibbon discuss how to make animations in Flutter the correct way. If you have a vision and are not sure how to implement it with so many widgets out there, this talk is for you. Walk through the thought process of creating animations and adding them to your app.
- Flutter: Tame those TextStyles!
One of the most verbose parts of Flutter is handling of various font styles, sizes, and families. In this post, we’ll show a couple of the tricks we’re using in production to ease this pain point.
- Lecture about Flutter: Hans Muller and Dan Field from Google
- Dynamic Links with Auto Navigation in Flutter
In this tutorial we cover the usage of Dynamic Links, why it’s needed and how to use it. Check out the full written tutorial below.
- Create A PlayStore like Scaffold using Flutter
So if you are advanced in Flutter, you may have already thought about which widget we are going to use at the top of our widgets tree. If not well, let me spoil you! We are going to make use of the CustomScrollView widget combined with Slivers! Those widgets will allow us to relatively easily create a smooth scrolling experience for the user. by Gaspard Merten
- Building Cross-Platform Finger Painting App in Flutter
Building Cross-Platform Finger Painting App in Flutter In this code recipe, you’ll use canvas painting to build a Finger Painting App in Flutter.
- Divider (Flutter Widget of the Week)
When two widgets need some space from each other it can be helpful to draw a line between them. The Divider widget is useful wherever you have widgets or groups of widgets that need to be separated. Learn how to divide your widgets and get the dimensions exactly how you want them!
- Flutter Tutorial: Reverse Geocoding and Location!
Today we will learn how to use Reverse Geocoding to get address from Geo Coordinates, let’s get started!
As always you can find the whole code for this tutorial on github at: Reverse Geo Coding.
- Flutter: Mouse Hover Parallax Effect
There’s always something so interesting about animation and parallax is one of those who always catches my eyes 😍
Parallax is nothing new, it has been around for decades and was one of those first effects who added extra layers of depth into video games, movies and simple 3D-like samples. by Mariano Zorrilla
Parsing HTML in Dart with Html package
Itlooks like that, an HTML code on a website. Look again at the photo, I admit that the search for a yellow wreck will be difficult, and it is the same for the search for data in an HTML code.
So when it comes to extracting data from a website with Dart, the Html package is a solution. Html is an open-source Dart package used primarily for extracting data from HTML. It also allows you to manipulate and produce HTML output. In constant development by the Dart team, weirdly we hardly talk about it. The Html package can also be used for parse and build XML. It’s a port of html5lib from Python. by Jonathan Monga
- Flutter Web: Navigating URLs using named routes
Named routes can be used to navigate between pages inside a Flutter mobile app, but they also work for URLs in Flutter web apps. This article explains how to add named routes to your app, and how you can customize them, to have pattern matching inside the routes. by Per Classon
- Live Coding — Native Color Picker (Rody Davis)
- audioplayer 0.8.0
A Flutter audio plugin (Swift/Java) to play remote or local audio files on iOS / Android / MacOS / Web.
- Create a motivation App using Flutter
I have been learning the Flutter during my spare time and I was eager to write a blog about an app that I was created during my learning time. Before I started, I would like you to know that I am not an expert in Flutter. I was on the journey there and I would like to know anyone got any better way or any issues. by Anoob Bava
- Adding a custom navigation bar to DashCast Part 2 (The Boring Flutter Development Show, Ep. 36)
In this episode of the Boring Show, Matt and Craig pick up where they left off and revise some code to achieve lovely animations.
- Working with Dates in Dart
Dates are a common type of data mostly coming back from api response that is consumed by many apps.
The end users of the app are only concerned about the date displayed in a meaningful and readable format, which will help them to understand the data better, and not get confused with it. by Darshan Kawar
- Hide Your Passwords | Firebase Remote Config for Password Encryption
In this article, I will be reviewing the utility class, RemoteConfig, that I wrote to access the Remote Config cloud service offered to all Firebase projects. RemoteConfig is a wrapper class that works with the plugin, firebase_remote_config, which in turn, uses the Firebase Remote Config API to communicate with the Remote Config cloud service. by Greg Perry
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