From the previous article, we tackled
Connect Flutter to your Native Android Project it on a step-by-step basis. If ever you missed it, you can read it on this link.
Some developers think that connecting a flutter project to your native project is hard but in this article, we’ll make it simple and easy for you! So, let’s Start!
To simplify the example, We’ll be creating a new project for both projects. So that it is easier to understand and itemize the setup needed on our sample POC integration.
So let’s assumes…
Dart is a client optimized programming language for applications on multiple platforms like Mobiles, Web, Desktop, and Servers.
Dart is developed by Google, From October 10 to 12, 2011, Dart was unveiled at the GOTO conference in Denmark. The project is founded Lars Bak and Kasper Lund. Dart version 1.0 was released on November 14th, 2013.
In this article, we will tackle Connecting Flutter to your Native Android Project.
I know some of you think that this is impossible but now, it’s possible! Also, you can connect it to your existing projects too!
We all know that it’s not practical to recode the entire application. For these circumstances, Flutter can be integrated into your native project for both Android and iOS.
Things that you need :
So, we’re back to our Flutter: Widgets for Starter! Now, we’re here for the next part! Just a recap from Flutter: Widgets for Starter Part 1.
If you missed the article, here’s the link for you! 💙💙💙
Let’s start for Part 2! Are you excited guys?!
In Flutter, Button Widgets are common needs by the users. Flutter has also had several types of buttons like FlatButton, RaisedButton, OutlineButton, and more buttons!
We will tackle buttons for a lot for this session!
In this article, we will tackle the conditional statements. In developing, we want to perform different actions based on the specified condition.
Sometimes we want to execute only a certain condition (true), and in Swift. It is represented fundamentally by the
if .. else .. statements. Swift conditional to validate, and then execute the block of code, if that is valid as
Here is a simple code for
As you can see, we used the
== comparison operator. We could change that to other operators like
! and other comparison operators.
As we all know that in Flutter, Everything is a Widget.
Widgets are fundamental in building blocks of a Flutter app’s user interface. Every single widget is immutable to the user interface. Far from other frameworks, it separates views, layouts, controllers, and properties. Flutter also has a consistent unified model.
A widget can be defined as structural elements, layout aspect, stylish elements, and other more that can be defined as a widget.
That’s all for the introduction for widgets.
You can read more here at this link
So, let’s proceed to the Widgets that…
In Swift, Arrays are used to supply ordered lists of values. Therefore, there is a strict examination which it doesn’t allow you to go an invalid data type within the array.
When the array assigned to a variable, always take note that it will be a positive mutable, Which can be changed. You can add, remove, or even update the existing items on it but if you declare the array as constant, it will be immutable, and the contents are can’t be changed.
Here are simple ways to create…
In Swift, declaring a variable has two types. The constants, and variables. So, that’s the difference between the two?
Well, Constants it’s immutable, meaning it can’t be changed and for the variables, it’s the opposite of the immutable. Which means it can be changed by changing the values.
here’s a simple code.
As we can see, we didn’t have to specify the type of variables, unless it is necessary, owing to the fact that Swift uses type inference, which means the compiler itself will be doing the inferred type of the variable you declared.
Also, you can provide…
Recently, Adobe XD released a new version of their plugin that could export your designs directly to flutter codes. Now, you could create your beautiful design in Adobe XD and could export the created design into widgets. In this way, it’s not just saving your time but it makes you easier to create a UI.
In this article, I will show you a short tutorial on how to export your design from Adobe XD to Flutter Codes.
First thing you need to have is the following below:
Flutter is a multi-platform, open-source and framework for building Web Applications, Mobile Applications, and Desktop Applications. Also, flutter is a product of Google.
Flutter has a great and organized documentary, That’s why I love using flutter because it gives us a clear vision of the documents, replicates the steps, and more. Also, It’s very easy to learn and currently, it’s getting more and more and more popular nowadays!
Some of you might have heard Progressive Web Applications (PWA), but do you know about PWA? …
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