The Flutter team added a new video series, The Flutter Build Show, to all the others:
- Observable Flutter;
- Learning to Fly;
- Decoding Flutter;
- Flutter in Focus - I bet you forgot about this one;
- The Boring Flutter Development Show.
Plus the package and widget of the week series.
I am not sure about the differences between this new show and the others but I hope it will touch on more advanced topics. What do you think?
- Michele Volpato
🧑💻 Development in Flutter
I also find theming in Flutter quite complicated. The fact that Flutter is relatively young and iterates quickly makes older articles irrelevant, so it is hard to find good information outside of the official documentation. How do you tackle theming in your organization?
Read about the journey of a native-only agency that started using Flutter some years ago, the motivations for this change, the decision-making about state management and architecture, and the preferred packages.
🗄 Backend for Flutter developers
Are you considering serverside Dart for your next project? Here is a comparison of the most known frameworks with benchmarks, code snippets, and infrastructure support.
🛠️ Tools to improve your Flutter experience
Sometimes you find yourself re-using some code over and over again in most of your Flutter projects. You might consider packaging and publishing your code so that others can also use it if they need to. This article can help with the publishing part.
🎥 Flutter videos
“Use the flutter_animate package to quickly add beautiful, customizable, pre-built animations to your Flutter app.”
“Watch as Craig Labenz is joined by Flame’s creator, Lukas Klingsbo to touch up last week’s hasty Pong implementation and discuss Flame best practices.”
“Apps that are accessible benefit everyone, not just people with disabilities. It’s estimated that over 1 billion people worldwide have a disability, and they face significant barriers to accessing technology.”
👨💻 Software engineering in general
by Andrew Wulf
Andrew has been working as a programmer since 1981. In this article, he shares how he kept his professional profile updated over time, avoiding the traps of either moving to management and stopping coding, or being stuck in a futureless job supporting obsolete technologies.
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato