This week Flutter Heroes took place. An Italian-based conference about Flutter, both online and in-person. There were talks by Carlo Lucera, Nilay Yener, Majid Hajian, Gonçalo Palma, Emanuele Beffa, Kamal Shree, Guillaume Bernos, and Tushar Srivastava.
I am not sure that the talks will be made publicly available. Here are the slides and takeaways for Guillaume Bernos’s talk.
Did you attend it? What is your opinion about it? Let me know in the comment section below.
- Michele Volpato
This is an article by Brian Kayfitz that shows you that Flutter and Dart are not perfect. The title is a bit clickbaity, Flutter is not bad, but it is clear that it could be better. These reasons are not enough to stop you from learning Flutter and Dart, however, knowing about them might be helpful in your career.
I did not know about the existence of
AsyncCache. You can cache the result of an asynchronous function for some time.
Rahul Kumar gives you some examples in this article.
Check out this article and package by Ojas Jain. You can use it to add neon effects to your Flutter app. Or even to create neon signs. It’s nice to see something different than neumorphism. 😀
Learn from Andrea Bizzotto how to replace all those
if statements in
AsyncValue. Its API is much easier to read, and if you already use Riverpod, it comes for free.
In this article, Ayush shows you how to use the Widget Inspector to identify layout problems in your Flutter app. He also explains some common layout problems and how to solve them.
To internationalize your Flutter app you can use the
flutter_localizations package. But that is boring and laborious.
As an alternative, you can use
Ivy Walobwa shows you in this article.
A new version of Serverpod is out, bringing a
serverpod run command that
automatically restarts on code editing.
🔗 The easiest way to build a Flutter iOS app using GitHub Actions, plus a key takeaway for developers
In this article, Duco Fronik shares his GitHub action to build and sign an iOS Flutter app. I am not an expert on GitHub actions, but I would make sure that the secrets are not printed to the log.
Dru Freeman and Susannah Skyer Gupta host a podcast about mobile software development at raywenderlich.com. In the latest episode, Brian Kayfitz talks about Flutter. I listen to this podcast on my commute to work. Given that it takes me only 20 minutes by bike, and we are still working from home most of the days, I am still behind, and I haven’t listened to this episode yet.
We are looking for authors and editors on the Flutter team at raywenderlich.com: join us.
That’s it for this week.
If you want to comment on any of this week’s entries, you can do it in the comment section below.
Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato