In this post I would like to show you how I integrated Google Assistant/Google Now with my WeightTracker app written in Flutter (works only on Android).
This post shortly presents snippet on how to integrate Flutter app with Coveralls, which will give you feedback on test coverage in your app. Let’s get to it!
In previous post I described how to create own diagram using CustomPainter. Now I will go through adding zoom effect to the diagram.
In this post I will go through how I added delete functionality to my WeightTracker app. I will also show how to implement ‘undo’ action on Snackbar with help from Redux Library. 🙂 Let’s get to it!
In this post I will go through the process of creating line chart for my WeightTracker app. Since there is no official support for drawing charts yet, we will do it by our own 🙂 . Expected result is a Widget displaying history of weight entries. Let’s get to it!
In this short post I will document how I added TabView to my WeightTracker app.
In this post I’m going to go through how I added flutter_redux library to my existing Firebase-connected app. Let’s get to it!
In this post I’m going to go through adding Firebase Database to a Flutter application. It is going to cover adding, editing and reading values from realtime database with intention to display them in listview.
Let’s get to it!
In this post I would like to go through the process of creating full-screen dialog. Dialogs like that are used for more complex user operations that would be inappropriate for normal dialog. Luckily, Flutter framework provides very simple way to create and use them.
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