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Overview of the new AppLifecycleListener class introduced in Flutter 3.13

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Flutter 3.13 introduced a lot of new features and improvements. One of them is a new class called AppLifecycleListener which allows you to listen to the lifecycle events of your Flutter app. It is an improvement compared to the previous way of listening to the app lifecycle events. In this article, I will compare the old and new ways of listening to the app lifecycle events and show you how to use the new AppLifecycleListener class.

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10 things I wish I knew before getting on the tech stage for the first聽time

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Public speaking can be a daunting challenge, but it's also an incredibly rewarding one. When you're able to connect with your audience and share your knowledge and passion, it's an amazing feeling. But even if you're a seasoned public speaker, there's always room for improvement.

In this article, I will share 10 tips I wish I knew before getting on the tech stage for the first time. I hope they will inspire you to make your first tech talk debut.

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Retro rotary passcode input UI challenge made with Flutter. In the first part, the static design of the UI is implemented.

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Some time ago, I implemented the rotary passcode UI and shared the code with the Flutter community. I may not be the sharpest tool in the shed, and I also promised to create an in-depth tutorial on how I implemented it. In this article, I will share the first part of the tutorial, which will cover the static design of the rotary passcode UI.

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Overview of Firebase Remote Config and how to use it to enable real-time features in your Flutter application

Header image - Control your Flutter app on the fly with Firebase Remote Config

Real-time updates, feature flagging and A/B testing - what if I told you that you could enable these powerful features in your Flutter application with minimal development effort and without any costs? In this article, I will cover multiple real-world use cases where Firebase Remote Config could help you while building Flutter apps.

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Dart type system goes: never say never鈥

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First of all, the title of this article could seem like just another clickbait but let me explain. Sure, there is a chance that you have used this type, but for the sake of a pun (and I REALLY enjoy them), I had to do it - oh well, here we are now. The thing is, the type I am going to talk about in this article is actually called Never.

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An extensive checklist to kick-off a new Flutter project

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Creating a new Flutter project is a blessing 鈥 fresh codebase, no legacy code (yet), null-safety, most recent versions of your favourite packages and so forth. But at the same time, you should make critical decisions at the beginning of the project that would lay the foundation for the future, such as tooling, packages, file structure, state management solution, testing plan. Otherwise, the project would eventually turn into just another bowl of spaghetti and meatballs. To avoid this, I have prepared a list of, in my opinion, the most important elements of the project that should be decided early on.

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Some insights on how to implement a production-quality app using Dart + Flutter

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Recently, I received a task to build a shopping app prototype using Dart + Flutter. The main requirements were to use the real-world e-commerce API of free choice, implement lazy products' loading and caching, and build products and their details page. All the other implementation details were left up to me, hence I had to decide on the app architecture, state management solution, third-party packages, etc. So in this article, I will reflect on my choices, challenges and other details while implementing a production-quality prototype.