Flutter is a Dart Framework for building mobile 2D Apps for iOS and Android.
The Flutter SDK provides utilities, functions, and widgets to create apps with one codebase.
In short words, Flutter is a framework with a set of features that use Dart as a programming language to interact with the Flutter SDK.
The Flutter mindset is like build apps as widgets tree and everything should be a widget.
We will use our Flutter API with Dart for creating Apps and the Fluter SDK take our Dart code to transform into native code for IOS and Android.
Flutter looks nice, I expect to play more in the future, If you want to learn more about flutter, you can take the following online courses, I recommend first read a little bit about dart language, take online the first app and then continue with the Udacity Flutter course.
When we develop for asp.net and we want to access our IIS-Express server from the other computer or mobile.
IIS-Express Proxy is a Nodejs package that allows us to access our IIS-Express from any device in the same network.
To use it, it is enough to start our web application in Visual Studio debug mode and the application will start the IIS Express in some example port http://localhost:9597, to be able to access from our mobile, We have to install iisexpress-proxy node package.
Yesterday, I found a good reason to use arrow functions, sometimes I said the arrow functions is a fancy or shorter way to write functions but this is not the only benefit, the Arrow functions can keep the scope of his object without going to global window, I will explain with code.
These days I was working in a place where “the proxy” was not my best friend, trying to install my packages using npm or install the VSCode extensions was impossible so I need to configure the proxy in both.
From the terminal:
npm config set proxy http: // yourproxyiporaddress: port
npm config set https-proxy http: // yourproxyiporaddress: port`
For VSCode extensions the “proxy” is also required:
Preferences> User Settings
"http.proxy": "http: // yourproxyiporaddress: port"
Using the function Vue.filter() and passing the name of the filter as the first parameter and the function as a second. My example the function receives the date as parameter and inside I write the definition of our function that is using the MomentJS library, using as parameters the date and a format “YYYYMMDD”, this creates an instance of MomentJS that contains the method fromNow () that returns us the time from the date we have passed until today.