Design Patterns In Dart

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Design Patterns In Dart

GoF Design Patterns in Dart Back in the ’90s, a group of four authors released a book that became standard reading for any self-respecting software developer, the Gang of Four’s Design Patterns book. Along with Fred Brooks’s Mythical Man-Month, Don Knuth’s The Art of Computer Programming series, these books are still fundamental to our profession

Design Patterns In Dart – Part 2

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Design Patterns In Dart

The Singleton Pattern From time to time you’ll find you need to ensure that your code creates only a single instance of a class. This often occurs in hardware drivers or certain OS sub-systems. It’s not a feature you need often but, when you need it, you really need it! The singleton pattern is one

Dart / Flutter State Management with Okito

Recently in the slack flutter forum, the Okito package was announced. I took a quick look at the package but at the time didn’t have time to investigate it fully. This past week I got the chance to look the documentation over and produced my first ever Youtube video using Okito as the subject. In

Flutter build apk or build apk –split-per-abi What’s The Difference?

I was recently asked to describe the difference between the flutter build commands, “build apk” and “build apk –split-per-abi”. If you’ve developed native Android apps for long, no doubt you already know the difference. But for those flocking to flutter and mobile development for the first time, it can be a bit confusing. So in