awesome-flutter VS flutter_fortune_wheel

Compare awesome-flutter vs flutter_fortune_wheel and see what are their differences.


Visualize random selections with Flutter widgets like the wheel of fortune. (by kevlatus)
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awesome-flutter flutter_fortune_wheel
2 2
39,022 42
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8.1 6.8
20 days ago 13 days ago
Dart Dart
- MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of awesome-flutter. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-04-12.


Posts with mentions or reviews of flutter_fortune_wheel. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-01-09.
  • How to build advanced layouts in Flutter
    1 project | | 20 Jan 2021
    We want to position the child widget on the line, which cuts a given slice in half. To achieve that, we start of with a vector that points to the center of the top edge of our bounding box starting from its top left. This ensures that the vector's length is half the circle's radius. To actually point to the center of our slice, we need to rotate this vector by half the slice's angle, which gives us the blue vector in above illustration.. If you are interested in how the rotateVector works, you can find its implementation in this package's Github repository. With the slice's center at hand, the child's offset can be retrieved by adjusting the center to the child's size. If you believe there is a simpler way to achieve the same result, I encourage you to send me a message or comment with your ideas about this problem; I am always glad to learn of new features and tricks.
  • Making-of: Flutter Fortune Wheel
    2 projects | | 9 Jan 2021
    Great! We are now able to draw a circle composed of any number of individually customizable slices. In my next article we will implement a MultiChildLayoutDelegate to correctly position child widgets within the slices. In the meantime, if you don't want to wait for the next article, you can find the package's code on Github.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing awesome-flutter and flutter_fortune_wheel you can also consider the following projects:

flutter-fortune-wheel - Flutter Fortune Wheel

pluvia_weather_flutter - A weather app with beautiful animations, built with Flutter. Uses the OpenWeatherMap API and MapBox API.

AnimeTwistFlut - Official Anime Twist android application

chewie - The video player for Flutter with a heart of gold

LoliSnatcher_Droid - A booru client with support for batch downloading

YUV_2_RGB - Full working example of YUV to RGB transform in Dart with native code(Java)

agora-flutter-audio-broadcasting - Guide to build your own Audio Broadcasting application using Agora's Flutter SDK

bloc - A predictable state management library that helps implement the BLoC design pattern

realm-dart - Realm is a mobile database: a replacement for SQLite & ORMs.

medito-app - The Medito app is a 100% free meditation app built with flutter. The app is available on Android and iOS.

Agora-Flutter-SDK - Flutter wrapper around the Agora RTC SDKs for Android and iOS

Whatsapp-Clone-Flutter - The Repository of Chat App development UI PART using Flutter (Youtube Series)