The penultimate part of this great series is now here and today we’re going to take a look at different packages, just like we did at the beginning of the series. We will look at how we can create our own game with a game engine, but also crop videos or prompt the user to install a new version of the app.
With that being said, let’s get right into it!
upgrader is a super package to alert the user that an update of the app is available.
It’s a bit cumbersome to create, but definitely something that…
Creating your own business — the dream of every developer. But this is often easier said than done. You need to plan, design, develop, market, update, etc. your app.
That’s why I’m going to give you a basic guide on how to do this right. I’ve helped several people improve their business. From that experience, today I want to talk and show you what many are doing wrong.
I hope you enjoy reading: Happy Reading!
PS: In this post I often mention Robert Brunhage. …
Now we are already at the eighth part of this series and not far from the end. Today we deal with packages again, but not with normal ones, but with the packages of Syncfusion. Why these of all things? Well, these packages are really of highest quality and their UI solutions are very nice!
So, let’s get started!
This package is for displaying and editing datatables in tabular form. It is built very performant (like every package of Syncfusion) and offers a lot of customization options.
We’re already on the 7th part of the 10 Flutter tips series and today, unlike the last episode, we’re looking at UI packages again. We’re going to look at some really cool solutions to some problems, so it’s definitely worth reading on here ;)
If you want to read the last 6 parts before you read this part, you can do so here:
Well, Page Indicators can be used everywhere. In apps, packages, websites, etc. To create really nice indicators you can easily use the package smooth_page_indicator.
Today is the 6th part of the 10 Flutter tips series. We’re looking at some really cool GitHub repositories around Flutter, for example UI presets and repos to learn Flutter.
This repo is really good and I wish I had known about it when I was learning Flutter. As the name suggests, this is a complete course for Flutter. You learn how to set up Flutter there, Git is taught and all sorts of apps. The nice thing about it is that you really just do projects and learn everything important. …
“Flutter Small Explanations” is a series of indefinite length, where in each blogpost some small thing will be explained to you and how to solve it.
In the first part of this series we will deal with how to remove the back button from the app bar. But first we have to deal with the question how this button is created in the first place.
We’re now halfway through the series, and today we’re looking at text and fonts, animations, transitions, and video and image libraries.
You can get to the first 4 parts here.
The package auto_size_text is a simple widget that automatically resizes your text to fit the screen. You can use it in many areas, like text fields or texts in general. This is just one example of many you can do. A full explanation can be found on the Pub.dev page of the package.
We’re almost halfway through the series, and today we’re looking at some really important things in Flutter, like version management, json formatter, and other things!
If you haven’t seen the first 3 parts yet, you can catch up here:
Running multiple emulators to test if the app is responsive was yesterday’s news. Fortunately there is device_preview, with which you can switch between devices in your emulation very fast.
In the meantime we have already reached the 3rd part of this series. If you haven’t read the first and second part yet, you can do so:
In this part we will again deal with widgets and packages. We will have a look at some packages that solve complex issues in Flutter in a very simple way!
Let’s start right away with something that causes headaches for many Flutter developers. Responsive Building. It can be very complicated and confusing, especially for large projects. There is a very good package that solves this problem. …
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The 2nd part of the series of 10 Flutter tips is here with new tips & tricks! In this post we will look at interesting backend packages, but also UI tips!
This package should be known by every developer, as it is very important in app development. You can use it to provide a value anywhere in the widget tree.