The newest releases for Flutter and Dart are here. Flutter works on performance improvements and Dart includes a new package management tool. This is the first stable release of Flutter in 2020, so let’s see what it and Dart add.
It’s that time of the month again, time to browse the GitHub trending page and pick the best, coolest, or most impressive open source projects for the month. In April 2020, we saw a Flutter boot camp, a conference tool, and more.
2019 has been a busy year for Flutter. Version 1.12 is the fifth stable release since December, 2018. The newly released Flutter version 1.12 brings plenty of hot new features, including a visual refresh for iOS 13, updated ‘Add-to-App’, and update for Dart, and beta web support. Check out what’s fresh in the UI software development toolkit from Google.
What’s hot, what’s not, and what technology should you say yes to as 2020 rolls in? Tech researchers from ThoughtWorks offer their input in the biannual Technology Radar. This issue highlights some rising tech techniques that you should adopt, what Kubernetes tools you should have a look at, and advice regarding cloud adoption.
At Google Developer Days in Shanghai, China, Flutter 1.9 was unveiled. It is live and ready to upgrade! The latest features include support for Apple’s Catalina OS and iOS 13, new widgets for Materials, a new command for Android, and some fixed issues that will prevent crashing. According to Chris Sells, PM for the Flutter dev experience, this is the biggest update yet.
Flutter, Google’s popular mobile UI framework releases its latest version 1.5. Stuffed with updates and improvements, Flutter 1.5 brings important changes and new features including the much-requested In-App Purchase plugin in beta. Let’s have a look.
Only a year has passed since the release of Flutter’s first beta and it is already time to welcome its first feature update. Flutter 1.2 arrives with some important updates in tow. Let’s have a look.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we had a couple of new releases and the unfortunate discovery of a critical Kubernetes flaw. Let’s have a quick look.
The Flutter team made some big announcements yesterday at Flutter Live. One is, of course, the release of Flutter 1.0. But what really caught our eye was the announcement that the team is experimenting with running Flutter on the web. Meet Hummingbird, Flutter’s web platform prototype.
The latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar has highlighted what a lot of commentators already know: Istio and Knative are worth exploring but so are WebAssembly and Flutter. What’s even more interesting is that there are no languages, tools or platforms on the ‘adopt’ list so it’s safe to say that no one is missing out on anything.
In the mood for something juicy? We have just the thing for you! Meet Kiwi — a dependency injection library for Dart and Flutter. Kiwi aims to be simple, fast, and refreshing! Let’s have a quick look!
Flutter has flitted across our paths before. We’re not the only ones who are fond of this easy to use mobile SDK: over a thousand developers responded to this survey and the vast majority loved it. We take a closer look at what makes this cross-development platform soar.
Recent news out of Google shows that Flutter beta 3 has soared into production. We take a look at what’s new about this light and easy to use SDK: changes to this mobile app SDK include Dart 2 language updates, increased accessibility support, and increased ad revenue for developers with Google’s AdMob.
Google’s new mobile UI framework Flutter SDK is now in beta! What can we expect from it? Beautiful cross-platform app development and super-fast performance, of course.