The Appwrite Hackathon on Hashnode just ended and there are a lot of new Flutter projects being posted on Hashnode. Have a look at them and get inspired to start your own:
- JobFinder-Pro: A Flutter App Built with Appwrite;
- MindVerse: Revolutionize Your Social World;
- GAMERLY- A Social Network App for Gamers using Appwrite;
- Unlock The Power Of Tech Hacks With ProHacks;
- Event Master App;
- Introducing HelpMeDesing, to Help Developers Design Better Products;
- TravelUlt x Appwrite Hashnode Hackathon;
- TRAVEL CREW - A Flutter App Built with Appwrite;
- TaskEase - A Convenient Task Management App;
- Michele Volpato
🧑💻 Development in Flutter
How to show different pages when we switch between tabs? How to perform nested navigation and push additional pages inside each tab? How to preserve the navigation state of each tab? Find the answers to these, and other questions, in this article about nested navigation with Navigator 2.0.
by Shinya Kato
Last week, I linked a beginner article to get started interacting with Bluesky Social. In this article, you learn how to use the
bluesky_text packages to post to the social network in Dart.
🛠️ Tools to improve your Flutter experience
by Ben Konyi
This article works through a simple case study examining the performance of a slow Dart command-line interface (CLI) application. You’ll learn about:
- General CPU profilers and their importance.
- The sampling CPU profiler that ships with Dart and Flutter.
👨💻 Software engineering
by Mike Cohn
In Scrum, a definition of ready is a way to say that a certain story meets a list of team-defined criteria and is ready for a sprint. If you use the wrong criteria in this list, you can end up with stories that are never ready.
“The constant need to have meetings is a symptom of a deeper problem — a lack of clear, accessible, and reliable documentation. A well-documented workflow doesn’t need an hour-long session for clarification. A well-documented decision doesn’t need a room full of people to understand its rationale. A well-documented knowledge base doesn’t need a group huddle whenever a new member joins the team.”
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato