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Architecting Clean API Providers in Flutter Using Dio

A guide to how you should structure your service layer in Flutter.

Making large Flutter applications can be a pain if you don’t implement good design patterns. However, there are lots of design patterns made to solve this problem. One of these patterns is the Business Logic Component pattern or simply BLoC.

But today, we are not going to talk about the state management portion of an app. Rather, we will be talking about the service layer. Using BLoC only simplifies our…

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