One of the best practices that we introduced in the video best practices for Flutter is Flutter Code Analysis and Linting. I would like to start a small series of different Blog posts where we talk about each of these Best Practices and today we start with the very first one: Code Analysis and Linting.
In the first episode of our CI / CD blog, we worked with GitHub Actions. In our last project, we decided to work with the CI / CD solution Codemagic. We were delighted with the tool and could solve some issues in our codebase that happens to probably every development team.
I want to deploy my current project, which is a Save Recipe App to Firebase Hosting. The purpose of this application should be to save all my recipes, that I find on the internet. Whenever I cook with a recipe from the internet, I lose it always right after I finished dinner.
I published some time ago a video tutorial on how we can create a basic network request. In this post, we want to take a look at how we can improve that solution with Flutter JSON Serialization. With that, we can remove a lot of Strings in our code base.
We have to think about flutter navigation and how we can optimize the work with our navigation route pattern. Today I show you how you can manage your routes easy and how you can navigate in the first place.
For my Chingu Solo project, I had the task to clone a website from scratch. Clone a website sounds at first simple, right? I was excited and wanted to start coding as fast as possible. As soon as I opened my IDE, I had a thousand questions suddenly, and the most important one was: Where should I start?