By Salvatore Giordano. At the moment I’m not really into writing Flutter code, and I miss it. I’ve changed jobs more or less 10 months ago. Now I’m a backend-microservices developer using Node.js as a primary tool, but after all this time I’m starting to miss Flutter, Dart and that great community. So, my new mission is to convince my engineering lead to let me rewrite our main application using Google’s cross-platform framework — Flutter.

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A talk and live-coding session given at SMIU University, Karachi organized by SMIU DSC Team Few days ago, on 18th December, 2019 I was invited to give a talk and live-coding session at Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU), Karachi by their Computer Science department faculty. The event was organized by the SMIU Developer Students Club (DSC) team lead by a very nice and capable student Zubair Ansari. #carbonads { font-family: -apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, "

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Flutter is an application development framework from Google for creating cross-platform mobile applications (in iOS and Android). As mentioned on the official website, it aims to make the development as easy, quick, and productive as possible. Features such as Hot Reload, a vast widget catalog, very good performance, and a solid community contribute to meeting that objective and make Flutter a pretty good mobile development framework. This post is an excerpt from the book Google Flutter Mobile Development Quick Start Guide by Packt Publishing written by Prajyot Mainkar, and Salvatore Giordano.

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Next Stop: Flutter

My first talk on Flutter vs. Other Frameworks Me giving talk on Flutter I recently shared with you about Pakistan’s first Flutter meetup in Karachi. Well, it happened on 10th November, 2018. Flutter Meetup #1 — Karachi It was organized by Flutter Karachi in collaboration with 10 Pearls University as venue partner. There were about 40+ persons who attended the meetup. More than 75% were professionals in various tech such as web development, mobile development, backend etc.

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Wajahat Karim

Android Developer. Open Source Contributor. Writer. Speaker

Senior Android Developer

Karachi, Pakistan