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.
Category: Flutter API
This is the category page of the Flutter API, here you are able to find everything about how you can connect your Flutter Application with any API in the world.
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.
After six months of travel, we decided to stay in New Zealand, and I got some work as a software engineer very quickly. The work there is good with a lot of friendly people around me. But currently, I am not happy anymore with Angular as a technology stack. But to do private projects is quite hard, and somehow the motivation is missing that pushes you to completion until my girlfriend had an excellent idea.