What’s new in Flutter 3.3

Exciting updates for text handling, performance improvements, and more! Welcome to Flutter 3.3! Only three months ago we announced Flutter 3, a massive milestone that included stable support for all platforms! The good news is that the momentum since this major release has not slowed down.

Wonderous (+ Flutter 3.3)

Along with Flutter 3.3, we worked with our friends at GSkinner to launch ‘Wonderous’, a new mobile app that allows users to navigate the intersection of history, art and culture by exploring the wonders of the world.

Flutter State Management with Riverpod: The Essential Guide

Riverpod is a popular Flutter state management library that shares many of the advantages of Provider and brings many additional benefits. Riverpod is a complete rewrite of the Provider package to make improvements that would be otherwise impossible.

Flutter Android TV Apps checklist. Part 1 — basic requirements.

Flutter 3 as of year 2022 supports six platforms: Android, iOS, Linux, MacOS, Windows and Web. None of them is related to any kind of TV device. Nonetheless, the majority of smart TVs are powered by AndroidTV system, which is just a slightly modified version of a regular Android system.

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ESF Database Migration Toolkit is the most popular toolkit to help people migrate data across various database formats, supporting Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, IBM Informix, InterSystems Caché, Teradata, Visual Foxpro, SQLite, FireBird, InterBase, Microsoft Access, Micro

Depicter | Amazing FREE WordPress Plugin | MUST SEE

Every once in a while, there’s a free WordPress plugin that makes you wonder how they can give so much good stuff away.

This time, it’s Depicter – A Free WordPress slider plugin that packs an awful lot of features into it.

From fully responsive options, dynamic WordPress data, easy optimisation, a

Announcing the Flutter Casual Games Toolkit

For most developers, Flutter is an app framework. But there’s also a growing community around casual game development, taking advantage of the hardware-accelerated graphics support provided by Flutter. Over the past year, thousands of Flutter games have been published.

Machine Learning Crash Course With ML.NET

We will go over what machine learning is, what it can be used for and we will create a model using C# & ML.NET

Jon Wood YouTube Channel:
http://youtube.com/c/JonWood

Code:
https://github.com/jwood803/MLNet_CrashCourse/blob/master/MLNetCrashCourse/Program.cs

Data:
https://www.kaggle.com/camnugent/

New 35 Flutter Tips and Tricks

This is 35 Flutter tips and tricks that you must know. This list of tips is great for flutter beginners, advanced and pro developers. This is the new tips and tricks series from Flutter Mapp, in this on we show you 35 flutter ticks and tips that you can start to implement today. You will code apps f

ScaffoldMessenger (Widget of the Week)

Learn more about ScaffoldMessenger → https://goo.gle/3HYoySY

Ever have difficulties showing SnackBars to users while they navigate? If so, have no fear, ScaffoldMessenger is here!

This video is also subtitled in Chinese, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Hindi, Ar

What’s New in Flutter 2.10

I can’t believe it’s time again for a Flutter stable release! Hello and welcome to Flutter 2.10. It has been less than two months since our last release, but even in that short time we’ve had 1,843 issues closed and 1,525 PRs merged from 155 contributors worldwide.

What’s New in Flutter 2.8

It’s that time of year in the northern hemisphere: the leaves are turning, the temperature is cooling and the final stable release of the year is here. Hello and welcome to Flutter 2.

Linux losetup command

It is possible to specify transfer functions (for encryption/decryption or other purposes) using one of the -E and -e options. There are two mechanisms to specify the desired encryption: by number and by name.

Project Islandwood: Objective-C for Windows?

Project Islandwood is now open source (MIT license), with all the code residing at github. This project includes and Objective-C compiler (sadly no Swift for us Objective-C haters), Objective-C runtime, iOS headers (this is the "bridge" bit that translates iOS calls...

Publish your own apps to Azure RemoteApp

A small collection of useful bookmarks on how to publish your own apps to Azure RemoteApp (or your own Windows Server 2012 R2). How To Publish an Internal Windows App on Azure Remote App (creating VHD in your PC and uploading it later to azure) Same as above, but...

Free online ebook: iOS 8 App Development Essentials

The index: Start Here For New iOS Developers For iOS 7 Developers Source Code Download Joining the Apple iOS 8 Developer Program Registered Apple Developer Downloading Xcode 6 and the iOS 8 SDK iOS Developer Program When to Enroll in the iOS Developer Program?...

Android: detecting the current caller

@Override public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) { TelephonyManager telephony = (TelephonyManager) context.getSystemService(Context.TELEPHONY_SERVICE); PhoneCallStateListener customPhoneListener = new PhoneCallStateListener(context);...

AngularJs + Bootstrap, single page app resources

Some bookmarks on how to develop single page applications using AngularJs and Bootstrap This is not a tutorial and/or  step-by-step instructions on how to create this specific kind of App: these are just bookmarks i use and decided to share:...

Android Development, Best Practices

Compiled by Futurice, here is the summary of what they have compiled so far: Use Gradle and its recommended project structure Put passwords and sensitive data in gradle.properties Don't write your own HTTP client, use Volley or Retrofit libraries Use the Jackson...

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