This is the second part of the Flutter series, that will get you started with Flutter. In the first part we learned what Dart is, and we sat up a simple ‘Hello world’-app. In this second part we will dig a little deeper into Flutter and build our very own Pokedex app.
Flutter is getting a lot of attention these days, and rightly so. It is one of the fastest growing frameworks, and it just surpassed React Native in GitHub stars - if that counts for anything. In this two-part article series, we will first introduce what Flutter is, and how to use it. Then in the second part we will apply our newfound knowledge and build a simple Pokedex app.
Not only platforms and frameworks change over time. The application may be separated into multiple sub-applications (microservices) or have parts of its logic shared with other applications.
Software architecture. Besides being one of my favourite aspects in the industry, it’s a topic that seems to keep evolving in both importance and the knowledge surrounding it. As a disclaimer, this is my take on software architecture in a modern, ever evolving and chaotic world. It’s based on several years of experience and a personal hunt for the optimal architecture, hence containing a lot of “I think…”.
KnitZilla, the backend(ening);
In my last episode, I wrote about how I got a typescript react app to work in a Laravel stack.
I have previously written a blog post about a knitting app I made for my wife
Twas a cold winter morning, among the fields the actions was slowly waking up.
"Sire, it is never fast to start up". The sire knew, however he did not know of any alternatives.
"I just wish it was easy" said peasy, the sire and dispatched a thunk to fetch some milk.
This is a follow up article to the previous introduction to NestJS (read the prior article here). After the introduction and setup, we are now ready to start building our resolvers for our API.
A new experimental feature in .NET Core is the System.CommandLine NuGet package(s). These make it possible for developers to create CLI (Command Line Interface) projects using the console application template from .NET Core.