Google I/O content was announced this week and there are some interesting talks about Dart and Flutter. Reading the titles, I think nothing new will be presented. You can already find references to those talks in content that is already available online. Nevertheless, I am going to watch the Material 3 and Impeller related talks. What about you?
A lot of backend links this week. Let’s get started!
- Michele Volpato
🧑💻 Development in Flutter
Abstraction, global theming, and explicit theming in this second part of an article linked in the newsletter a couple of weeks ago.
🗄 Backend for Flutter developers
Amplication is a development platform that auto-generates backend apps built with TypeScript and Node.js. It also generates frontend UI and it supports GRaphQL and REST APIs. In this article, you’ll learn how to create the backend for a to-do service and connect it to a Flutter app.
And if you want to learn more about Dart Edge and Supabase Edge Functions, and even use them in a Flutter app, here is a tutorial for you.
by Femi-ige Muyiwa
If you, instead, want to use the Firebase alternative AppWrite as a backend service, in this article you’ll learn how to integrate it with Mailgun, an email API service for developers.
This week, the Serverpod team announced version 1.1. In this version, the team collaborated with Google to bring better support for deployments in the cloud, in particular for Google Cloud Run.
🎥 Flutter videos
with Craig Labenz
“Watch as Craig Labenz connects to a Postgres database from Dart code using Prisma ORM.”
“Need an easy way to track and prioritize crashes in your app? Check out Firebase Crashlytics, a lightweight, realtime crash reporter!”
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato