The new Google Earth is made with Flutter. There is not much information in the blog post, but it is confirmed by the Flutter team.
- Michele Volpato
🧑💻 Development in Flutter
You can very easily run your Flutter app on multiple devices at the same time with VSCode.
🗄 Backend for Flutter developers
by Tejas Raskar
I am linking this article not because of the Flutter part, but because of the backend used for it: Outerbase, a UI-based interface for a database. It is handy if you do not have a lot of experience with databases. It adds a natural language to SQL translation, workflow automation, and easy-to-read charts. It can also be used on top of Supabase.
🛠️ Tools to improve your Flutter experience
by Deep Chand
I do not know much about Bitbucket. I used it only for a very short period while moving the codebase to a GitLab instance. If you need to get CI working for a Flutter project using Bitbucket, this article is for you.
🎥 Flutter videos
with John Ryan
Devtools is a collection of developer tools for Flutter that enable analysis and optimization of app performance and reliability. You just need to run the app in debug mode, and open Devtools. The video demonstrates how to use DevTools to diagnose and fix performance issues, including slow build phases, intrinsic layout calculations, and optimizing the rendering pipeline.
👨💻 Software engineering
by Evan Smith
Learn to be a kind engineer. Get practical tips on how to become a kinder engineer, on code reviews, honesty in the workplace, psychological safety, and giving and receiving feedback. There is a difference between being nice and being kind, read the article to know more. There is also a video if you prefer a 40-ish-minutes talk version.
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato