As usual, right after an official Flutter event, community-created content slows down a bit. Expect fewer links this week.
This week I stumbled across LocalSend, a multi-platform app to share files between different devices. Curious about the technology they used to get it “multi-platform”, I checked the source code. I was happy to find out that it’s made in Flutter.
- Michele Volpato
🧑💻 Development in Flutter
Somebody told me that Stephan’s articles are 50% of my newsletter. What can I say, I like to follow the journey of other developers, learning what their challenges are and finding out how they reach a solution. And I attended the event Stephan talks about in his article, so I couldn’t miss this article in this issue.
by Abu Anwar
Part 3 of a series of articles on adding cool animations to a Flutter app using Rive. This time it’s about animating the icons in the bottom navigation bar.
by Ken Lee
Machine learning is (still) all over the news. Learn how to use TensorFlow Lite in Flutter. Train your machine learning model with Teachable Machine and integrate the result into your Flutter mobile app.
David partnered with ZEOGCLOUD for this article about adding voice calls to a Flutter app.
by Melvin Salas
A short article about what you can do with
TextMagnifierConfiguration in Flutter 3.7.
🎥 Flutter videos
with Sakina Abbas
I considered building a Role Playing Game game using Bonfire recently, but it would take too much of my free time. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to get started with Bonfire.
👨💻 Software engineering in general
by Chip Huyen
“The resume evaluation process is pretty much a black box for most candidates. And it is so because few hiring managers have publicly discussed this. I thought I should start the conversation.”
An article that you can use to write a better curriculum vitae as a software/machine learning engineer. It is not specific to Flutter, but you can apply the same pieces of advice. I like, in particular, the section about initiatives. If you can show real projects in a portfolio, possibly with code, you are more likely to get an interview.
That’s it for this week.
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Have a bug-free week,
- Michele Volpato