Today we going to discuss the nicely simple way in which you can use GitHub’s actions to automate the unit testing for your Flutter project. This can be very handy to prevent broken code from going to production, or even just as a sanity check for the code reviews.

Let’s get started

Firstly…


Learning, by solving a “problem”

As developers, a lot of our time is spent learning, most of the time it’s smaller things like new features in a language or framework we already work with and are quite familiar, sometimes it’s even the soft, real worlds skill that we need to learn, this post is not…


So, you are a developer looking for the next fun playground or evaluation viable technologies for your companies next big project?

As someone who has been there already and inevitably decided on Flutter, let me see if I can help you with that one.

What does Flutter do…

Flutter is a cross-platform framework designed…


By default, Flutter expects you to have Chrome installed in order to be able to develop and debug with Flutter for Web. …


As developers, our daily tools are essential to our productivity and maybe even sanity. For all the complex things we do on a daily basis, we need our tools to either be as simple as possible, or as powerful as possible. Ideally both :D…

As a Flutter developer, my tool-stack…


The Problem…

Often times within our applications, both on the UI and Data sides we will need to set “defaults” for dates, the simplest way to do that in most cases would be to use DateTime.now(), after all, we are most likely going to use the current time as the default value.


If you have not yet, it is worth reading the previous part of this series for best context.

While SEO with its scrapper and performance factors are definite considerations to take, they are not the only things you should consider when deciding whether or not to use Flutter.

While Web…


I hope you enjoyed the first part of this series where I covered SEO and Web Scrappers and their bearing on using Flutter for Web, if you have not read it yet, it is definitely worth checking out first.

In this part, we go into one of the other big…


Many times online the question has been asked “Is flutter good for web”, and what many developers fail to truly understand is that is a very broad and open question and there are many factors that go into saying yes, no or maybe.

While I am most certainly no expert…


I have been on the pro subscription for IFTTT, and was not until recently that I decided to actually take in and take a look at just what it could do.

I have been using IFTTT itself for many years so have quite a lot of workflows already set up…

Reme Le Hane

MTBer, Runner, Developer, Gamer. | Front end Architect at Wyzetalk with 10 years Front-End Experience & ~2yrs Flutter. | React Flutter Javascript

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