This week Vandad Nahavandipoor released 35 hours of coding videos on YouTube. If you want to learn some specific topics from creating developer accounts to coding an entire Flutter app that connects to Firebase, to submitting it to the stores, you can jump directly to the correct video in the playlist and watch it.
It is more a 35 hours long “follow along” coding session, rather than a course, but you can learn so much from it. Thank you Vandad for sharing it for free!
He decided to keep it free because he knows what it means not to be able to afford a course.
Are you going to watch it? Let me know by leaving a comment.
- Michele Volpato
Who would have thought that it is not trivial to download a file in a cross-platform Flutter app? If your app is both mobile and web, you might end up in the same situation Marcos Carlomagno was in. Follow this article to learn how he solved the problem.
String manipulation in Dart can get messy, especially if you have emojis in your strings. Sander Roest shows you how you can avoid String parsing problems by fixing the length of the data you are going to parse.
How can you exploit the constructor tear-offs introduced in Dart 2.15?
Juan Belieni has a good example where you can improve the readability of your code
by using them in a
Bart van Wezel keeps working on his Cat and Mice app. This time he adds some sounds to the game.
To be honest when I read the title of this video I thought: “What is
ViewPadding again?”. Learn the difference
ViewPadding in this video presented by Craig Labenz.
There is a new episode of The Boring Flutter Development Show, with special guest Frank van Puffelen. He and Andrew Fitz Gibbon connect to Firebase Authentication in Flutter. And they use DartPad for that: quite neat.
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.
See you next week,
- Michele Volpato