Flutter Tutorials – Inherited Widgets

By | January 18, 2019

Today we are going to see how to use inherited widgets in Flutter. You may have seen ‘Theme.of(context)’ in one some Flutter applications or you might have used it. The thing is ‘Theme’ is available for the whole application and in every widget correct? We are going to do something like that and share data across the application.… Read More »

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Bottomsheets in Flutter – Android and iOS

By | January 15, 2019

This demo shows how you can implement bottom sheets in flutter which works for both Android and iOS.   The StatefulWidget has a built-in function called “showModalBottomSheet’ which we will implement to show a bottom sheet.   Watch Video Tutorial     Modal Bottom Sheet     The below function implements a bottom sheet which shows like a… Read More »

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Efficient use of Widgets in Flutter Container – Tip

By | January 12, 2019

  I am going to show how to efficiently make use of widgets in Flutter. This is a simple example of how to work with widgets in Flutter. Here we will be creating two widgets that looks similar, but let’s see how many hierarchies or levels of widgets are needed to create such a widget.   Watch Video… Read More »

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Flutter Tutorials – AutoComplete TextField

By | January 11, 2019

Hi, Today, I will show you how you can implement AutoComplete TextField in Flutter. Watch Demo   Watch Video Tutorial     Add Library   You can get the Flutter AutoCompleteTextField Library from below link   https://pub.dartlang.org/packages/autocomplete_textfield   Get the package name and add it in the pubspec.yaml file add the dependency. We will also add the http… Read More »

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Create Custom Widget(Button) in Flutter – Android or iOS

By | January 3, 2019

Hello friends, In this article, I will show you how you can create custom widgets in Flutter using Widget Composition. As you know Flutter is cross Platform, so this is gonna work for both Android and iOS. Watch Video Tutorial   Let’s start now.   I am going to create a custom button just like you see in… Read More »

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Switch Widget in Flutter Android and iOS Demo

By | January 1, 2019

Hello… In this article I am gonna show you how to implement a switch widget in Flutter. Watch Video Tutorial The switch widget has the following syntax. OnChange function is called when the user toggles the button. We have to create a state variable in the parent Widget to hold the state of the switch widget and change… Read More »

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Flutter – Android, iOS , Native communication Simple Demo

By | December 24, 2018

Hello Devs, You know flutter is now a hot topic. Learning flutter will always help in your future career. In this article we will see how we can communicate between Flutter and Android. Watch Video Tutorial MethodChannel Flutter communicate with Native using “MethodChannel“. So you have to create a method channel with a constant as identifier. Make sure… Read More »

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Load data from internet to a GridView in Flutter with Retry Logic, JSON parsing and Error handling in Flutter

By | December 15, 2018

I am assuming that you already have some understanding about Flutter. If you have no information about Flutter SDK, then I could recommend first going to flutter.io and get the initial knowledge. Our Final app will look like this. You can watch the complete video tutorial from here… App will implement GridView JSON Implementation Error Handling Retry Implementation… Read More »

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Is Javascript Multithreaded? How it handles asynchronous actions?

By | December 14, 2018

Javascript is a single threaded application. That means you cannot run more than one script at one time to modify DOM or something. But there are something called “Worker Threads” that spans separate threads outside your application that can do complex tasks which is linked by a Callback method. What is a Web Worker? When executing scripts in… Read More »

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What is Context in Android and What is the proper way to use it?

By | December 7, 2018

Lets see what a Context is… Context : Current State of the application. Context : Handle of the application. Context : Provides access to the resources, preferences, accessing database etc. Activity inherits from the Context. Context is the most important part of the Android application and its everywhere. If you wrongly use Context, it can lead to memory… Read More »

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Using WKWebkit in iOS – Simple Example

By | December 2, 2018

Whenever you want to show a webpage in your iOS App, use WKWebview instead of UIWebview. You have to supply an url that is complete. ie. with “http” or “https”. If you are using “http”, make sure you enable the “App Transport Security Settings” and add “Allow Arbitrary Loads” to yes.     Our Final output will look… Read More »

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How to use Theme in a Flutter App?

By | November 14, 2018

In this article, I will tell you a simple way to theme a flutter app. Here is a simple code that illustrates that. We use the theme property of each widget to theme it. For example, to theme the whole application, we would do something like this. Take a look at the theme property of the MaterialApp. You… Read More »

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Prompt users to rate your app in iOS with StoreKit.

By | November 13, 2018

Apple has introduced a new API to allow developers to prompt users with rate their apps directly from the app. Old way In the old way, we used to redirect users to the Appstore with the app’s link to rate the app. This makes users to navigate out of the app. This was not an efficient way to… Read More »

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How to configure Firebase Google-Services.json for different targets in iOS?

By | November 3, 2018

Once you have different Google-Services.json for different targets for your firebase applications, you may be wondering how all can have same filenames and configure for different targets. However the solution is simple. Initial Steps * Create new directory for each directory inside for project folder. Make sure the folder name is different from the target name (you can… Read More »

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