The Google Summer of Code program aims to get new developers started with open-source software development. In the latest iteration this year, the Dart organization mentored three projects. Learn more about them in this article by the Dart team.
- Michele Volpato
Another chapter in Stephan’s app development adventure. You get to feel the struggle of an indie developer dealing with the limitation of Flutter and navigation packages, missing monetization plans, and most importantly, self-guessing their design skills. The latter started an interesting thread on Twitter in the Flutter community.
by Jhin Lee
This article isn’t teaching anything new, it is just showing the thought process of a Flutter developer moving from one pattern to another in the same app. We have all been in the same situation at least once. I like to read these types of content, but often we do not think it is an interesting topic for others, so we do not write about it.
by LIN Chen
Graphic is a flutter package that implements Leland Wilkinson’s book The Grammar of Graphics, which defines data visualization in terms of scales and layers. In this article, you learn how to interact with the charts, even in the case where two charts should be updated together, no matter which one you are interacting with.
by Arseny Uskov
The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program focuses on engaging new developers worldwide with open-source software development. In this specific project, the student worked on identifying and investigating bugs in packages' dependencies of Dart projects. They also contributed to the Package analysis for Dart tool.
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato