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Creating a Progressive Web App (PWA) with Flutter

So, you just finished building that application that’s going to change the world, you’ve submitted the Android apk to the Google Play Store and the iOS ipa to the Apple App Store, and you’re awaiting review. But when you check your email, you discover that your iOS app has been rejected. Given the urgency of releasing the app, what do you do now? Well, the good news is that your application was built with Flutter, which is a great tool for creating Progressive Web Apps (PWAs).


How to implement Flutter local notifications to boost user engagement

Improving your app’s user engagement is key to its success. One way to prevent churn and increase interactions in your Flutter app is by using notifications. Push notifications are pop-up messages that are displayed outside the app’s UI. These messages can appear when the app is closed or in the background. Push notifications are used to get users’ attention and communicate information to them.


How to use Flutter with Google Sheets, Apps Script, and Codemagic

Mark has been tracking his company expenses using Google Sheets for the past six months. Lately, it has been difficult to keep up with tracking expenses using the current method. He wants to ease the process for himself and his staff, but it’s necessary for him to use Google Sheets. What should he do? Mark decides to build an interface that can communicate with Google Sheets.


Create 2D games quickly and easily with Flutter Flame

Flutter enables you to develop applications for platforms such as Android, iOS, desktop, and the web from a single codebase. As a multiplatform UI toolkit, the Flutter team is dedicated to enabling all kinds of developers to quickly build and release applications. Game developers, for instance, are now able to build beautiful game apps without worrying about performance, load times, and app sizes. This tutorial will provide you with an introduction to the Flutter Flame game engine.


Flutter builds are way faster with M1 machines: A comparison of VMs

In November 2020, Apple released the M1 MacBook and, one year later, the M1 Pro/Max chips. Since then, we have all read and heard from other people about the crazy performance improvements. Perhaps you already read the tweet by Jameson Williams (a staff software engineer at Reddit): So we know that M1 machines are fast, but should we use them in CI/CD to speed up our pipeline? To help answer that question, we compared the M1 mini, Mac Pro, and Mac mini for iOS and macOS builds with Codemagic.