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

Today, Google is holding a developer conference in London for Flutter, a new development environment for developing mobile apps for both Android and iOS. Google calls Flutter a “portable UI toolkit,” and Paul Miller has called it “a Frankenstein’s monster of various Google projects.

Managing Flutter Application State With InheritedWidgets

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.

Hands-On with WSL: Installing Other Linux Distros

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).

Architect your Flutter project using BLOC pattern

Hi Folks! I am back with another brand new article on Flutter. This time I will be talking and demonstrating to 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.

WebAPI Improvements in .NET 5 – OpenAPI, Better F5, and NSwag

In .NET 5, WebAPI has an important quality of life upgrade. In this video, we are going to look at the integration of OpenAPI into the project, how it works, and then why it is so important. We will also look briefly at NSwag and how to use it to generate API clients for our other applications using

Launching Flutter 1.2 at Mobile World Congress

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 than we could have imagined.

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 keys for various projects.

Hello MicroK8s: A simpler Kubernetes

Kubernetes is rapidly becoming the de facto platform for container-based applications. Kubernetes automates the deployment and scaling of containerized applications and simplifies maintenance tasks such as updates and upgrades. ...

How YOU can Dockerize a .Net Core app

This is the first part of a series of posts on using Docker and containerization with .Net Core. In the title, we call what we are about to do dockerizing. It's called dockerizing after Docker. View original article

Test and deploy an iOS App with GitHub Actions

Github announced Github Actions last summer. With this new tool, you can analyze, build, test and deploy your projects on any platform, any language and any cloud. Our goal is to automate building, testing and deploying an iOS project without the need for external...

flexible pubsub for the modern web

Nchan is a scalable, flexible pub/sub server for the modern web, built as a module for the Nginx web server. It can be configured as a standalone server, or as a shim between your application and hundreds, thousands, or millions of live subscribers. [mgamazon...

Toonify Yourself!

Toonify Yourself! Sorry Toonify Yourself is offline for the moment! Seems like it was a popular idea and server costs were going up quickly so we decided to turn it off. Thanks for everyone who tried out the model and shared the results. View...

Announcing Flutter 1.22

We’re delighted to introduce our latest release of Flutter, with extensive support for iOS 14 and Android 11. Flutter 1.22 builds on the foundation set by previous releases by enabling developers to build fast, beautiful user experiences for multiple platforms from a...

Server-side Showdown: Apache vs NGINX

Web servers are at the core of the internet. Without web server software such as Apache and NGINX, the web would be nothing like what we see today. However, they’re not interchangeable. View original article

Updates on Flutter and Firebase

Flutter is more than just an engine, a set of widgets, and some tools; it also includes a large ecosystem of packages to add functionality to your apps beyond what comes out of the box. Some of the most popular packages are the set that supports Firebase (aka...

Announcing Flutter 1.20

Our ongoing vision with Flutter is to provide a portable toolkit for building stunning experiences wherever you might want to paint pixels on the screen. With every release, we continue to push towards ensuring that Flutter is fast, beautiful, productive and open for...

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