I have been on and off using neovim for Flutter development, switching between VSCode and neovim (in the terminal). I have finally gotten to a stage where I feel like I can be just as productive but also never touch the mouse during coding..
We start with the mindset that we have already installed neovim, if you haven’t, I recommend going to neovim.io and installing that! After that is done you should now be able to create/edit a file called
There are 6 topics that I consider when choosing a framework for my web projects and I will go over them and the reason why my personal website robertbrunhage.com is using NextJs.
This is the first topic and arguably the most important one for me. Here are two examples regarding performance for my personal website and a website app I built in Flutter 10 months ago.
Twitter is one of the biggest social media platforms, and in this blog we are going to go over how we can make our own app that will utalize the Twitter API to make our own tweets.
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We are going to depend on 5 different packages, make sure to use the latest versions.
This will be responsible to pass the API key’s we got from the…
Here are some of the tips and tricks I discovered over my three years of making Flutter applications and content. I am positive that they will improve your workflow if you don’t already know about them.
This may seem counterintuitive, but for a lot of people, just being done with a project is the first step so that you get actual users testing out your application. Over time, when the application is published and you are getting feedback, that is when you should look over the packages and replace them with your own code to have more control.
Wouldn’t it be cool to add a newsletter signup to your Flutter web page, much like the one I have on Listwell?
This requires two parts.
Part 1: Enabling Flutter web and setting up the UI
Part 2: Enabling Cloud Functions with Mailchimp
First of we need to enable Flutter Web which you can find here https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/web
This will not feature any kind of separation of logic just to keep this as basic as possible but what we start with is creating out Card widget.
Then we will add our variables.
The design might not be what every developer likes to focus on when creating their app, but surprisingly you can easily make your design stand out with just a simple widget called CustomPaint.
If you would rather prefer watching a video for the content you can always check out the tutorial on YouTube:
Let’s go ahead and create a simple project which will just be the autogenerated counter project for now and set the theme to dark so we don’t have to care about the text color.
debugShowCheckedModeBanner: false, // Hide the debug banner
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