All tutorials and snippets related to #Architecture
Services in Code and how to use them in Flutter
This tutorial will try to shed light on services and how to use them in Flutter when using the Stacked architecture
Flutter StateManagement with Stacked
This tutorial will go over the most common scenarios when building a mobile app with stacked
Flutter and Provider Architecture using Stacked
In this tutorial we lay the foundation for an Flutter application using the Stacked package
Better Unit Tests in Flutter using Abstraction
In this tutorial we go over how abstraction benefits unit testing and how to setup your tests for provider and get_it.
Develop faster in Flutter using Abstraction
This tutorial goes over what abstraction is, how to use it in Flutter and practical examples of the benefits of Abstraction.
Flutter Provider v3 Architecture
A Flutter Provider Architecture tutorial using Provider for all dependency injection.
Flutter Dependency Injection a Beginners Guide
Flutter Dependency injection Tutorial. We cover three forms of dependency injection.
Flutter Provider Architecture - Sharing Data Across your Models
A post and guide covering some community feedback as well as additional implementation details.
Flutter Architecture - My Provider Implementation Guide
Flutter Provider architecture implementation. Clear guidelines and coding conventions to implement a production ready app using Provider.
Build a User Feedback App in Flutter and Firebase
In this Flutter guide I show you how to connect your app to Firestore and display a list of data with real time updates.
Building a Realtime Stats monitor in Flutter
Let's build a live stats monitor mobile app for a firebase service using Flutter.
Flutter Architecture - ScopedModel implementation Guide
A clear and direct guide to writing and maintaining a production ready application in Flutter using the ScopedModel architecture.
Flutter Basics - Going from setState to Architecture
In this tutorial I will be going over how to handle a common async situation in Flutter, without throwing architectures at the problem