In this episode we will build together an onboarding component, which introduces users to functionalities of your application. Onboarding UI is a typical way to show advantages of your app as well as to inform users about the benefits it gives to them. You can watch the video instead of
Welcome to the brand new series of videos and blog posts prepared by our teammates that will guide you through your Flutter journey! Motivation We are excited to announce that we are launching our original Flutter course, in which we will be showing how to build some key parts which
How to customise chart using charts_flutter package – tutorial In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can customise a bar chart using charts_flutter package. Halloween is around the corner, so let’s create a chart which designs will allude to these event and the end of this tutorial will look like
The second online edition of local 3-City Google-centric community was all about Flutter. Listen to 3 presentations about technology that continues to gain popularity among mobile developers.
You open your favourite news app and start reading. What makes you stay there for longer? A front page! If an interesting teaser catches your eyes, it’s more likely you will enter an article to read more.
The local 3-City Google-centric community organized the first ever online meetup. Check it out if you have missed it!
Component dependencies, subcomponents, optional bindings and more – all in the scope of properly configuring our library modules to create a scalable app. We will dive into more advanced stuff in Dagger2 and organize it in a multimodule setup. Watch the presentation in the embedded video below: Rafał Adamek |
Sometimes you need to make a sticky item in RecyclerView. Sounds easy, right? But recently I faced a challenge while working on a ad-related implementation – with a need to create fullscreen and interactive one for the new ad position on the front page of the app.
Mobile apps internationalization story.
I had a great opportunity to fly to California this month & visit Mountain View to see how Google I/O conference looks in real life. The most interesting stuff was happening inside differently themed tents. Here is what I saw there. During the Google I/O 2018, in nine tents, everyone
Most of the projects are using some data that needs to be treated with extra care. Like client secrets, ids, API keys, or, for Android, necessary keystore file. This data is sometimes stored in the repository for convenience and sometimes kept out (gitignored) and passed between developers.