Interacting with Widgets using Framy
Have you ever developed a widget or a page and you wanted to make sure it works correctly in different scenarios but then it turned out that you can’t just reproduce all the cases you want to cover?
If so, let me introduce you Framy. Framy is a code generator that can allow you to work with widgets in total isolation. It is fast, easy to use and doesn’t require any changes in the production code as it’s 100% annotations driven.
Check out the video below and see it yourself!
👉 Official Framy page: https://framy.dev/
👉 Framy Slack channel: https://join.slack.com/t/framy/shared_invite/zt-ffqv9tgl-kpn8cLNnPtPTeEK_Pa5ckA
👉 Framy Twitter: https://twitter.com/FramyDev
👉 Emmanuel’s Weather App design: https://dribbble.com/shots/12869395-Weather-App
👉 Annotations package: https://pub.dev/packages/framy_annotation
👉 Generator package: https://pub.dev/packages/framy_generator
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Flutter enthusiast since Alpha release in 2017. Believes that sharing is caring, which lead him to start a technical blog dedicated fo Flutter in its early days. Loves to see beautiful designs become real apps and is willing to help make it happen. Enjoys sunny beaches far from home.
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