Written by Pedro Marquez who lives and works in Austin, Texas, doing all things front-end (and some back-end too).
In this second part of the series, we discuss how to create a custom builder to generate SQL code out of Dart classes.
Hosting your own blog is easier on Markdown!
Many tools exist for converting Markdown to HTML, and in this post we will learn how to use some of them.
Dart libraries like Mockito make heavy use of source-code generation.
In the first of this series of posts, we will explore why we need to generate Dart source code in a Flutter project and what alternatives we have.
My first book is now for sale! You can find it in Amazon or in bpbonline.com (links in bio).
"Acquire Skills on API Designing, Data Management, Application Testing, Deployment, Security and Performance Optimization"
In this post, we improve application performance by making multiple parallel requests to a REST API