In addition to reducing the overall lines of code cluttering your project, enhanced enums seem like the ideal solution for a number of different problems.
Say you have a backend with a fixed list of available endpoints. You could set up an enum for each endpoint that includes fields for the URL pathway and the API version.
If your app lets users set up social profiles, you could create an enhanced enum for all potential social platforms. Each enum would have the name of the platform (Twitter), the URL prefix that goes before the username (https://twitter.com/),
the icon that should be displayed (Icons.twitter), and the tooltip text that will appear when a user hovers over the icon (‘Twitter’).
For subscription apps, you may want an enum that contains all the features a subscription will unlock. Each enhanced enum would have the name of the feature, a short description, and an image asset path. When a non-paying member stumbles across your offerings page, you can cycle through the Feature.values enum list and show them what they’re missing.