Whether you are looking for an extra level of device performance or want to use your favorite native library with Flutter, FFI allows developers to unlock another level of productivity and features in their application.
Marvin Sanchez teaches us how you can port an existing C++ application to Flutter.
If you spend more than two minutes in the Flutterverse, then you’ve undoubtedly heard of Code Generation.
In his blog post, Divyanshu Bhargava teaches us to reuse code using Mason and CodeGen.
teaches us how to manage state using GetIt, Mvvm & MobX. Read along to learn how you can implement and scale the Mvvm design pattern in your applications.
Material You was by far one of the biggest additions to Android 12. Applications that implement the Material You API can set their color scheme to match the user’s wallpaper, resulting in a more personalized user experience.
In his blog post, Vinay Tiparadi shows us how we can implement the Material You API in Flutter and make our apps feel a bit more personal.