Author: Zlatko Nikoloski

In this tutorial, you will learn how to internationalize your app. This is necessary if you are planning to make your app available across multiple countries. Contrary to frameworks like native Android, Flutter doesn’t have an absolutely set way of how localization is done. It gives you a lot of freedom which can be good…

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to store Key-Value pairs in your apps local storage. For this purpose we will follow the next steps: Create new Flutter App, Get the dependency using pub get, Save data, Read data, Remove data. 1. Create a New Flutter Project Go ahead and create a new Flutter app.…

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to pass arguments from one screen to another using a button click in Flutter. When developing with Flutter you might have seen that almost every screen requires to pass data from one screen to another and might also need to receive data back from another screen. To learn…

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to navigate from one screen to another using a button click in Flutter. For this purpose we will follow these steps: Create a new Flutter app Create the UI Create the navigation 1. Create a New Flutter Project Go ahead and create a new Flutter app. If you…

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to handle double-tap events on images in Flutter. You not only want to display information to users, but you also want users to interact with your app.  To handle the double-tap event we will use the GestureDetector widget to respond to fundamental actions. To start off we will…

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In this tutorial, we will create a small Flutter function that calls android’s Kotlin native code to read the value of the battery level. Flutter uses a flexible system that allows you to call platform-specific APIs whether available in Kotlin or Java code on Android. Flutter’s built-in platform-specific API support does not rely on code…

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