Zone of Development

by Damiano Abballe

Category: Dart, Flutter

Flutter – How to show an image

In this post, we will see how to show an image in a Flutter application. First of all, we open Android Studio and we create a new Flutter application called showdog: Then, we create a folder in the project called images and we put inside a picture of our dog (this is my wonderful dog!): […]

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Flutter – Stateless Widget

In this post, we will see how to create a Stateless Widget and how to use it in a Flutter project.First of all: what is a Stateless Widget?From https://docs-flutter-io.firebaseapp.com:“A widget that does not require mutable state.A stateless widget is a widget that describes part of the user interface by building a constellation of other widgets […]

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Flutter – How to insert an AppBar and a button

In this post, we will start to use Flutter, in order to understand how it works. We will try to create a simple mobile application, where we will insert an “app bar”, a button and a text in the centre of the display. First of all, we open Android Studio, select the option “Start a […]

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Flutter – How to install on Mac (Part III)

Flutter – How to install on Mac (Part I)Flutter – How to install on Mac (Part II) In this last Flutter’s installation’s post, we will see how to install and use the Android simulator. We open Android Studio an we select Tool/ADV Manager: then, we push on “Create Virtual Device” button: Now, we choice a […]

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Flutter – How to install on Mac (Part II)

Flutter – How to install on Mac (Part I) Now, we open a browser, go to https://developer.android.com/studio, download the last version of Android Studio and then we install it: After the installation, we run Android Studio, open Preferences and then we install the Flutter plug-in: Finally, we restart Android Studio: Now, if we run Android […]

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Flutter – How to install on Mac (Part I)

From Flutter Official Web Site: “Flutter is Google’s portable UI toolkit for crafting beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.Flutter is different than most other options for building mobile […]

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Dart

Dart is a programming language by Google for developing mobile, desktop, backend and web applications.It is object-oriented with a C-style syntax and it is possible to run Dart code in three way:1) Compiled as Javascript, in order to run in a web browser2) Stand-alone using a Dart Virtual Machine3) Ahead-of-time compiled into machine code. An […]

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