After a long delay, I am coming back to you with a new BMI Calculator post. In this one, I will go through some layout changes I needed to make to update old Johny Vino's design to the new version. Although most of the things here are quite straightforward, I want to invite you to this part as well, so that almost all of the development will be available for you too.
Hi again! It's time for another part of BMI Calculator in Flutter, a series in which I implement Johny Vino's awesome BMI Calculator design (if you didn't see previous posts, you can find them here). This time I will go through the implementation of height picker using GestureDetector. Let's see how it goes 🙂
Hi again! I'm coming back with another part of the implementation of Jhony Vino's awesome BMI Calculator design. In this post, I will focus on creating a widget for weight input. Let's see how it goes!
This is another UI challenge post from me. This time I teamed up with Johny Vino to fully implement one of his awesome designs: BMI Calculator in Flutter.
In this post, I will go through another UI Challenge. I have picked Johny Vino's Flight Search design from 100 Mobile App Interactions which is mostly about animations and I will try to implement it as close as I can.
In this post, I show how I did my first UI Challenge. As my goal I've picked a filter menu design from dribble. Let's do it!
In this post, I will quickly go through how to make an infinite ListView, that dynamically loads more data when a user scrolls down to the end. Let's get to it!
In this post I will walk through a process of creating FloatingActionButton that is pinned to the edge of Sliver's FlexibleSpaceBar.
In this post I would like to show you how I integrated Google Assistant/Google Now with my WeightTracker app written in Flutter (works only on Android).
This post shortly presents snippet on how to integrate Flutter app with Coveralls, which will give you feedback on test coverage in your app. Let's get to it!