My Journey with Flutter
Early 2018, my boss told me we need a small POC for mobile app, that can run on both Android and iOS. That was my first time to develop an app in Flutter. There was much to learn, much mistake that I wish I did not make, but it was a great chance for me to start my Flutter journey.
3 months later, I tried again to improve the POC app, correct some mistake, and made some new mistake, and learn other new cool stuff.
End of 2018, I started my own project using Flutter, and learn a great deal, not only the Flutter programming technique, but also everything else related to Flutter, including Firebase integration, CI/CD using CodeMagic, and Flutter flavor setup to separate Dev environment and Prod environment.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
talk with presentation slides
common mistake new comers usually have when first starting with flutter, and some online reference where to find answers when they're facing difficulty
Flutter lovers, anyone who's interested in Flutter
Prerequisites for Attendees
Should know what Flutter is.
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Using Flutter to build a production app, especially from existing Android/iOS app code bases presents an interesting set of challenges beyond what has been mostly covered until now in "getting started" type Flutter talks.
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While Flutter is cross-platform, the fous of the talk when it comes to mobile platform specifics will be on Android.
topics that will be covered includes:
* integrating with existing app screens using Android Intents
* using Opengl and C++ libraries
* using native services not covered by existing plugins (eg. classic BT, not BLE)
* shipping assets, custom fonts, SVG's, etc
* custom widgets and fixing other peoples widgets (eg. img crossfade, sliding-up-panel)
* real world state management with Provider, Blocs and Viewmodels
* Bloc navigation: using navigator with Streams
* good practises for code (eg. enable strong mode for analyzer, especially: implicit-dynamic: false)
* CI/CD on Codemagic, deploying to Google Play
* testing strategies (eg. handling async testing)
* making good use of debugging and inspection tools
* integrating crashlytics
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