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Newsletter Issue 56

September 13, 2020

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Why You Should Start Writing About Flutter. In this article, Lew C talks about why he thinks it’s the perfect time to write about Flutter.

eBay Motors: Accelerating With Flutter™. Great article by eBay Motors team where they share their experience with Flutter. Excellent insights, a must-read.


Automating publishing your Flutter apps to Google Play using GitHub Actions. Great tutorial by Albert Wolszon on doing continuous integration and deploying with Github Actions to the Google Play Store.

Size matters: Reducing Flutter App size best practices. In this tutorial Suryadevsingh, gives us some tips to reduce the size of our apps.

Implementing edge detection in Flutter. A fantastic tutorial by Marc, were he teaches us how to detect the edges of an image using external libraries with dart:fii.

Flutter Dialog with Flare animation. Great tutorial by Bigyan Ghimire, where we learn how to create a simple Flare animation and use it on an AlertDialog Widget.


Flutter - Image Filters WITHOUT External Package | Flutter Tutorial. In this video we will be taking a look at Creating Image Filters in Flutter without using any External Package. We will be using ColorFiltered Widget and using its power to create Quick and Easy to Implement Image Filters.

State Management Like A Pro - Flutter Riverpod. A complete introduction to Riverpod as a State Management solution for Flutter. We will cover the different providers and how we can use them.

Your First Dart Web Service API [hands on]. In this lesson, we’ll be generating our own Dart based web service API (in one command!) using the very popular Aqueduct framework.


charcode Constants for ASCII and common non-ASCII character codes represented by top-level constants.

file A pluggable, mockable file system abstraction for Dart. Supports local file system access, as well as in-memory file systems, record-replay file systems, and chroot file systems.

vector_math A Vector Math library for 2D and 3D applications.

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