Announcing Flutter 1.7

Today we’re pleased to announce the general availability of Flutter 1.7, a smaller release after the major feature announcements at Google I/O. Flutter 1.

Announcing Flutter 1.7

Today we’re pleased to announce the general availability of Flutter 1.7, a smaller release after the major feature announcements at Google I/O. Flutter 1.

Announcing WSL 2

Today we’re unveiling the newest architecture for the Windows Subsystem for Linux: WSL 2! Changes in this new architecture will allow for: dramatic file system performance increases, and full system call compatibility, meaning you can run more Linux apps in WSL 2 such...

Samsung Investigates Massive Data Leak — What You Need To Know

A security researcher has revealed that a whole load of sensitive information has been inadvertently made accessible to the public on GitLab. Nothing so unusual about that you might think. However, the information concerned included source code, credentials and secret...

Database to code with a Firebird database

Today marks an important milestone for the Flutter framework, as we expand our focus from mobile to incorporate a broader set of devices and form factors. View original article

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The Flutter team is coming to you live this week from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the largest annual gathering of the mobile technology industry. One year ago, we announced the first beta of Flutter at this same event, and since then Flutter has grown faster...

Managing Flutter Application State With InheritedWidgets

Hi Folks! I am back with another brand new article on Flutter. This time I will be talking and demonstrating you “how to architect your Flutter projects”. So that you can maintain, scale and test your Flutter projects easily. Before diving into the actual topic....

Hands-On with WSL: Installing Other Linux Distros

Everyone has heard that interactive applications can be decomposed into three parts: model, view, and controller. Anyone who has given Flutter a test drive will be familiar with its react-style support for building view/controllers with widgets and callbacks....

Can Google make cross-platform mobile app development suck less?

The third article of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This article is part three of a five-part series in which I discuss various aspects and functions of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). [mgamazon search="linux, windows,...

Writing Your First Electron App | Electron

How to use an old iPad as a secondary screen for Windows 10

I have an old iPad 2 lying around. This iPad is getting useless as time goes by, and my 2 monitor setup at home is, sometimes, just not enough.  Recently i've found a handy piece of software called Wired XDisplay. The setup is pretty straightforward: Install XDisplay...

Forms in Flutter beta 2 – important limitations

After trying to get Flutter forms to work, mixed with learning Dart and all the Flutter's intricacies, i came to the conclusion that Form support in Flutter is, at best, sub-par. Namely, there seems to be no support to sequence the inputs (e.g. when you insert text in...

Centos 6, running PHP7 alongside stock PHP5

The following methods calculate the ISO 8601 Week number in PHP, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server, with the same exact results. All the examples below are using the same week criteria: week stars on Monday. MySQL is easy, as it supports this directly: SELECT...

One Keyboard+Mouse, multiple computers, the Microsoft way

I have a couple of servers running PHP 5.x.x on CentOS 6 and i want to migrate some to PHP7, without worrying about the older stuff. So, i could compile PHP7 from source, setup FPM and Opcache for it, etc, etc, but i found out that REMI as a solution for this...

Setup Lighthouse, CentOS, 3 simple steps

From Microsoft Garage, the new "Mouse without Borders" - it supports also keyboard, clipboard and file drag and drop. Its an alternative to Synergy, Input Director and similar solutions. I'll give it a try later. Download it here.

SystemD quick cheat sheet

The basic principle is, just restart where the slave left off. The problem arises if a binary log, on the slave side, remains corrupt. The recovery is relatively simple, just follow the recipe: STOP SLAVE SHOW SLAVE STATUS Note down 'Relay_Master_Log_File' and...

NativeScript example, step by step, Windows 10

A small collection of Systemd commands, along with the Sysvinit counterparts. Sysvinit Command Systemd Command Notes service frobozz start systemctl start frobozz Used to start a service (not reboot persistent) service frobozz stop systemctl stop frobozz Used to stop...

tip: Volley comm library for android, available via Gradle

A tiny, 5 minute, tutorial on creating a new empty project using NativeScript + TypeScript, compiling it and running in Android. First of all, install NativeScript (NodeJS v4.6.0 x64)plus the latest NativeScript. Check if the installation is OK: tns...

Converting multi-page PDF to PNG using ImageMagick

Lighthouse analyzes web apps and web pages, collecting modern performance metrics and insights on developer best practices. Here is a simple 3 step setup guide for CentOS: Setup the EPEL yum repository install nodejs and npm using YUM Run npm install -g lighthouse And...

Download Android Apps with Source Code

A tool for reverse engineering 3rd party, closed, binary Android apps. It can decode resources to nearly original form and rebuild them after making some modifications. View original article

Quick tutorial on converting PDF files to PNG using ImageMagick in CentOS. Foreplay: install ImageMagick First, install ImageMagick using yum. As ImageMagick is not available, you need to activate the EPEL repository in your CentOS installation. wget...

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