Google I/O happened this week and the Flutter team announced Flutter 3 (and Dart 2.17). A lot has been announced and shown, I am not going to link everything in this newsletter. There are many articles online with recaps of the event, I will link to the official one and Welcome Flutter 3.0 by Majid Hajian.
You can watch all the talks related to Flutter on their Youtube channel. Check this Flutter playlist.
What’s your favorite announcement? Let me know in the comment section below.
- Michele Volpato
I might be biased, but the tutorials from the Flutter team at raywenderlich.com are among the best you can find online. This week Sardor Islomov published an article about the BLoC pattern.
Mais Alheraki, from the Invertase team, announced that FlutterFire Auth on Linux and Windows is now stable. Read the article to learn how to get started with it.
This week was the deadline for a hackathon using Appwrite on dev.to. Many developers are publishing articles about what they are building with Appwrite. Some of them are using Flutter, search them from this link. This is a chance to learn from other real developers.
The Serverpod team is working on Terraform scripts. It is important to treat your infrastructure as code you can version. I totally support it.
Very Good Ventures published an article about the Pinball game they created with the Flutter team for this week’s Google I/O.
Dartpad has a new feature called Dartpad Workshop UI. You can follow step-by-step tutorials for Flutter and Dart. This is a list of tutorials created by Flutter GDEs.
Tao Dong, from the Flutter team, shares user studies they conducted with the early adopters of Flutter as a game development tool.
An interesting study on European salaries for Flutter developers.
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato