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Design Stunning Charts with fl_charts in Flutter

The human brain processes image 60,000 times faster than text. This should explain why we love graphs more than data tables in math or statistics or literally any subject of consideration. Easier said than done, it is not a cakewalk to draw a perfect graph. But now we can put all those worries to rest since the new fl_chart library in Flutter is a total blessing. Flutter is an open-source UI software development kit built by Google.


Test and create mobile-friendly apps with Xray and Flutter Testing Tutorial

More people use mobile devices to access websites and applications than laptops and desktop computers. According to Statista, mobile traffic share is over 54%, surpassing desktop computers as the most used device to access the internet in 2022. Mobile also fuels 45% more financial decisions, according to the State of Mobile 2021 report. If your app isn’t optimized for mobile, it may be undervalued and underperforming financially.


A beginner's guide to go_router in Flutter

Routing is a crucial aspect of an app. Just like when you manage the application state or build the UI, you should give sufficient attention to optimizing the routing of your application. An optimized routing system helps users navigate your app and can handle the user state efficiently. go_Router is a declarative and minimal routing system built on top of Flutter’s Router API. go_router provides a convenient URL-based API to navigate between different screens.


Flutter widgets cheat sheet

Flutter is an open-source tool designed to build fast and beautiful applications across multiple platforms. The Flutter SDK has been widely adopted for developing mobile applications, and many developers are learning Flutter every day. It is important to create content that can help them do this, and that’s the aim of this blog post! So, we’ve prepared a simple cheat sheet of different Flutter widgets (and in Flutter, everything is a widget!), which you can use to build your Flutter apps.


Dr. Riverpod: How I learned to stop worrying and love state management

State management is a very controversial topic in the Flutterverse, with many holding strong opinions on it. In the last few weeks, my Twitter feed has been overwhelmed with threads about state management, covering the entire spectrum of opinions, from GetX/BLoC/Riverpod fanatics on one side to a few rare enlightened ones on the other side who recommend not using any state management at all. While I personally enjoyed almost all of them, the impact on the Flutter community has been quite severe.


How to build a Chrome extension with Flutter Web

Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world. Chrome extensions are small programs that extend Chrome’s functionality. Google Chrome has a standardized API through which extensions can perform various tasks in the browser. In our daily lives, we use browser extensions for various tasks, like ad and tracker blocking, grammar correction, and translation. These extensions are made using JavaScript and use the Chrome extension API to interact with the browser.


Creating a Progressive Web App (PWA) with Flutter

So, you just finished building that application that’s going to change the world, you’ve submitted the Android apk to the Google Play Store and the iOS ipa to the Apple App Store, and you’re awaiting review. But when you check your email, you discover that your iOS app has been rejected. Given the urgency of releasing the app, what do you do now? Well, the good news is that your application was built with Flutter, which is a great tool for creating Progressive Web Apps (PWAs).


How to implement Flutter local notifications to boost user engagement

Improving your app’s user engagement is key to its success. One way to prevent churn and increase interactions in your Flutter app is by using notifications. Push notifications are pop-up messages that are displayed outside the app’s UI. These messages can appear when the app is closed or in the background. Push notifications are used to get users’ attention and communicate information to them.