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...

flutter/samples

A Flutter sample app that shows a state management approach using the Provider package. This is the app discussed in the Simple app state management section of flutter.dev. Here the app sets up objects it needs to track state: a catalog and a shopping cart. [mgamazon...

Flutter Web and PaginatedDataTable

Note: For changes to data, we have used Provider….This article won’t be explaining how the changes gets notified…. Data is read lazily from from a DataTableSource. View original article

Flutter : How to do user login with Firebase

Flutter is an open source mobile SDK developed by Google to build high quality applications for Android and iOS. It allows developers to not only build application with beautiful design, smooth animation and fast performance, but also able to integrate new features...

Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI

You can build anything with .NET. It’s one of the main reasons millions of developers choose .NET as the platform for their careers, and companies invest for their businesses. With .NET 5 we begin our journey of unifying the .NET platform, bringing . [mgamazon...

Don’t write your Web API Client code

Web APIs are heavily gaining traction in the software world, replacing the (good?) old Web Services. Virtually every API that is born today is likely to be REST and being built using frameworks like WCF (if you’re brave enough), ASP.NET MVC WebAPI or Spring. [mgamazon...

GitHub is now free for teams

We’re happy to announce we’re making private repositories with unlimited collaborators available to all GitHub accounts. All of the core GitHub features are now free for everyone. 🎉 View original article

Flutter web: Navigating URLs using named routes

Named routes can be used to navigate between pages inside a Flutter mobile app, but they also work for URLs in Flutter web apps. This article explains how to add named routes to your app, and how you can customize them, to have pattern matching inside the routes....

An architectural review of the Invoice Ninja Flutter app

We’ve been working on our Flutter mobile app for a few months now, I thought it may helpful to share some of the techniques we’re using to help keep our code maintainable. Keep your code DRY (don’t repeat yourself). View original...

From Native to Flutter to Web

Hillel Coren explains he went from native mobile apps, to flutter apps and back to web app (using flutter). Useful tips here. Original article at https://hillel.dev/2020/02/27/flutter-web-things-to-know/ Source at https://github.com/invoiceninja/flutter-client

The Battle of C# to JSON Serializers in .NET Core 3

.NET Core 3 was recently released and brought with it a bunch of innovations. Besides C# 8 and support for WinForms & WPF, the new release added a brand new JSON (de)serializer. This new serializer goes by the name System.Text.Json and as the name suggests, all its...

JsonConverter Attribute in ASP.NET Core 3.0 Web API

In .NET Core 3.0, a built-in JSON converter is available in namespace System.Text.Json, and ASP.NET Core 3.0 uses this new JSON converter by default. Therefore, when you migrate your Web API from ASP.NET Core 2.x to 3.0, you need to replace JsonConverter attribute...

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