Google I/O is coming next week. I am going to follow the Flutter talks. There is not much interest for us in terms of announcements. There should be a new Pixel Watch and a new version of Android. But unless they come up with some amazing new features, I do not think it will affect Flutter developers.
What do you expect from the Google I/O? Let me know in the comment section below.
- Michele Volpato
I have used the
macos_ui package, and I am happy to read that it
reached version 1.0. Celebrate with Reuben Turner.
You always hear how packages can help with state management and dependency injection during the development of a Flutter app.
Learn more in this article by Peter Bryant. I agree with him. For simple apps, I would even use
InerithedWidget directly, instead of depending on an external package like Provider.
Four years ago, my team and I created an Apple TV app to support us and our management. It displays real-time metrics relevant to decision-makers. Recently, we wanted to migrate it to Flutter to make it available also on desktops, but we did not have time to solve the “Flutter does not work on Apple TV” problem. Maybe we can have a look at it now, after reading this article by Aleksandr Denisov.
Ümit Duran, the mind behind another Flutter newsletter called FlutterForce, collected a list of useful tools for Flutter developers. I daily use half of them and plan to try the other half in the near future. What about you?
JaYoung Lee from the Flutter team goes through the latest user surveys to understand developers' usage of Flutter tools. Somebody is reading the answers to the survey, that’s nice!
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.
Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato