FlutterForce — #Week 89
- Announcing Flutter Windows Alpha
Native Windows app compilation, some early plugins, and a desktop-ready Flutter Gallery app
- Windows fun with Dart FFI
Native Win32 API support for Flutter and Dart
A flutter package that helps you to visualize sine waves as you desire. All basic waves are already supported, plus customized waves & some pre-defined waves.
- How to convince your boss to use Flutter
Flutter wants to make application development easy, fast, and as productive as possible through features such as Hot reload, huge widget catalog, great performance, and a solid community. In this article, I’m going to list some features of Flutter that make it a framework to consider for your next mobile app development project.
- url_launcher (Package of the Week)
Does your app need a way to send users to external URLs — either to a webpage, or to send an email, or even sometimes to a phone number? The url_launcher package is for you.
- Going Walkabout — Flutter and Firebase advanced Authentication
In this episode I implement advanced Firebase Authentication features in Flutter. Going Walkabout is a mobile travel blog.
- Flokk — How we built a Desktop App Using Flutter
Earlier this year Google and Ubuntu approached us with an open brief, to try and create a full-scale desktop application for Linux, macOS, Web, and Windows. The result was Flokk, which we released (and open-sourced) back in July.
In this post, we’re going to dive into some of the challenges we faced, the discoveries we made, and desktop-specific features that we added.
- Adding Sound 🎵 to Flutter Game
Sound effects are a good way to entertain or notify player that something happens. It is also a good feedback source for player actions. For example, in my game Loca Deserta: Sloboda the nature seasons auto switch. The player can miss this event but with sound effect he/she will know that New Year occurred and there might be new events available.
Prism is a beautiful open-source wallpapers app for Android. It is built with Dart on top of Google’s Flutter Framework.
- Introduction to Riverpod
Riverpod State Management The recommended Flutter state management is Provider. But Provider had a couple features that I really wanted to be a part of my state management. Thus I switched to GetX, because it seemed to solve those issues. Now there’s a new solution developed by Remi Rousselet (creator of provider), and it is called Riverpod. It solves the main issues I had with Provider and more!
- Adding text selection action in android for Flutter apps
Have you ever wanted to give your user a shortcut, for opening the selected text in your flutter app from anywhere in the android environment?
If yes, then you got yourself to the right place. In this article, I’m going to talk about how this can be implemented in flutter with the help of a pub plugin action_process_text, I wrote. by Karthikeyan S
With Android and iOS we use Platform Channels to send and receive messages from the native platform, and we can use PlatformViews to display native UI views on Flutter. But how we can do it in Flutter Web? by Gonçalo Palma
- GitHub Codespaces: Code on the Go with Flutter
Last Friday I received some very good news in my inbox — an invitation to try GitHub Codespaces beta!
I immediately took one of my example Flutter projects (Fluttersaurus) and created a codespace for it. I was able to install VS Code extensions in my browser, customize my theme (dark mode ftw!), and proceed to use VS Code. It even has integrated terminal support so I could execute commands like I normally would. It’s literally the same coding experience — just in my browser.
- How to implement autofill in your Flutter app
Your app is missing this one key feature that will guarantee improved user satisfaction
- How to implement an image magnifier in Flutter
Especially when dragging markers across an image, it’s quite common to show a magnifier that enlarges the area because it’s covered by the finger. Let’s have a look at how to implement that in Flutter.
It can be used when you want your users to use a shortcut for opening your app when selecting text anywhere in the android environment.
Learn Why Google rewritten Google Pay app in Flutter
Google launched Google Pay(Formerly Tez) three years back, they visioned to simplify payment flows, secure and simple they have initially launched in India later it was released around the globe. User interface of the app itself delivers super simple way to do payment transactions with few clicks.
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