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⟳ 1 apps added, 32 updated at f-droid.org
9 projects | reddit.com/r/FDroidUpdates | 18 Nov 2021
Invoice Ninja (version 5.0.66): Create invoices, accept payments, track expenses & time-tasks
What are common ways to do application structure and architecture in Flutter?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 13 Nov 2021
wow, its not often I see people recommend using redux in Dart / Flutter. Props to you. Please share example projects to spread awareness that it's a valid state mgmt pattern even in Flutter. Many people dismiss it but it's still used. Invoice Ninja uses it for their Flutter apps https://github.com/invoiceninja/admin-portal
Flutter State Managers: Do big companies/projects rather use GetX, BLOC, or Provider?
1 project | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 10 Nov 2021
What is the status of building a PWA with Flutter ? is it enough to replace react as a frontend manager?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 14 Aug 2021
Using Flutter Web with Gatsby to Mitigate SEO and Load Time Problems?
1 project | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 11 Aug 2021
Analysis of Stack Overflow 2021 Developer Survey for Flutter Developers
1 project | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 6 Aug 2021
With regard to Flutter Web I think its production status depends heavily on your specific use case. We've shipped a Flutter Web app to production (https://demo.invoiceninja.com), there are issues but most of our users are happy. Not all apps need/want SEO and slow initial load times are less of an issue if users keep re-using the app as it's cached as a PWA.
What are some good open source Flutter projects that can be used to learn?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 16 Jul 2021
What is wrong with Flutter web ?
1 project | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 13 May 2021
At least this is the case for our Flutter web app, you can try it here: https://demo.invoiceninja.com
Is Flutter web ready for an internet board application?
1 project | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 10 Apr 2021
Check out Invoice Ninja's web demo app at: https://demo.invoiceninja.com/
Using flutter for small web app
1 project | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 29 Mar 2021
My experiences with Flutter Web are limited and are mostly through Firefox. I'll try and give as unbalanced a review as I can. Remember again I'm on FF. I've felt that Flutter web has a lot of jank. You can't scroll properly. Not just that, Material's InkWell effect (when you press a button in android you see the "ink" moving out from the centre) is super slow. It feels like as though you're using an emulator. Again, in MY experience. Sometimes it happens sometimes it doesn't. Best way to find out; create a small POC with all the tech you're using. If you don't have all that much time, checkout some demos. One is https://demo.invoiceninja.com/#/.
Just a simple coding question
4 projects | reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 31 Dec 2021
If a static website works for you, you can use Publish library by John Sundell.
Swift for WEB???
1 project | reddit.com/r/iOSProgramming | 22 Dec 2021
Apple’s use of Swift and SwiftUI in iOS 15
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Dec 2021
"There are dozens of us" but seriously, there is some interest from users but most projects done by companies have been abandoned, SwiftUI feels almost like a language divergence, which is frustrating. I'll list what I know about but it's by no means comprehensive.
Static site generation looks good too, Publish by John Sundell being the most famous (https://github.com/JohnSundell/Publish) but a lot of others have started springing up lately.
"Swift for Tensorflow" by Google has been shut down. Though that was mostly Google giving advice on how to evolve Swift to work better for ML. It's a shame too, since it felt like Fast.Ai was adopting it and starting to teach it at one point, so the shutdown felt a bit premature, but this is Google after all, shutting things down is what they do.
Swift 5.0+ seems to have stabilized the language quite a bit too(ABI Stability and other things), which is a good thing, as hopefully the tutorials/docs from now on should remain more consistent. The built in package manager "Swift Package Manager" seems to be working better too, though there are still a lot of complaints/missing features, but on the whole I like it.
Swift on Linux seems to be officially supported by more flavors of Linux than it used to be. Meanwhile Swift on Windows works right now but I wouldn't use it in production yet, it throws errors that are the sort that if you ask anyone they will answer "that's normal, ignore that". Some have even gotten modern Swift to run on older MacOS's leveraging LLVM.
Swift WASM seems to have had a big update with Swift 5.4 https://forums.swift.org/t/swiftwasm-5-4-0-has-been-released... though I've not yet tried it having given up on Swift WASM about a year ago.
Youtuber Stega's Gate(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBXFkK2B4w9856wBJfCGufg) is building a cross platform game engine in swift.
IntelliJ has a decent alternative to Xcode now too, using Clion with an app made by them(though it's still not as integrated as Xcode, nothing would be).
Getting it to run on android is technically possible, but the workaround it too much, but that's mostly on Google actually, since the support for writing things in C for Android is so depreciated it's a joke.
The Docs are still terrible though, have been to my knowledge since 3.0 became outdated. That said the official books are alright and there are tutorial communities that are pretty good too, but it's shameful that the docs should be that useless.
So yeah, Swift is nearly viable for non Mac things, but there aren't much for libraries outside of backend. Some are tinkering and making cool stuff, but at times it's difficult when even the non app related programming tutorials for those are like "let's do it on MacOS using Xcode".All of that said, it's my favorite language, I want it to have a community similar to Rust's but I don't think Apple supports it the right way for that happen, they seem ok with it staying inside their ecosystem, like they are ok if the community does stuff outside of it, but they aren't helping it or encouraging it, is the general feeling. Ironically I was recommended to Swift initially because of the community that it had at the time, the caveat being "if you want to make apps for Apple's ecosystem", which isn't terrible, but it's not what I want. I'll probably give up on it if it doesn't change in the next year or so and go all in on Rust is likely what will happen, but again it's a shame.
What are the uses cases for which you're using swift apart from iOS, macOS or watchOS development?
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 7 Dec 2021
Use it to build my websites. With Publish: https://github.com/JohnSundell/Publish
Static site generators to watch in 2021
25 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Jun 2021
For any Swift devs needing to put together a webpage, check out Publish: https://github.com/JohnSundell/Publish
Not iOS related but I wanted to share this simple tutorial - How to make your website and host it for Free on Github. It takes 3 simple steps 😄
1 project | reddit.com/r/iOSProgramming | 18 Apr 2021
If you want to make this relevant to r/iOSprogramming and/or r/swift (where it was removed), I suggest you write it in Publish instead of Jekyll. To help make this easier for you, here, have a look at the Publish themes I highlighted.
How can you possibly call flutter web stable?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 4 Mar 2021
My website is built with a Swift static site generator (that I have forked to accommodate my needs), and otherwise uses basic HTML + CSS and a bit of vanilla JS. Works great.
What are some cool swift projects i can work on besides apps?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/swift | 7 Jan 2021
What are some alternatives?
solana-mobile-wallet - Non-custodial mobile wallet for Solana
pluvia_weather_flutter - A weather app with beautiful animations, built with Flutter. Uses the OpenWeatherMap API and MapBox API.
dockerfiles - Docker files for Invoice Ninja
Nextcloud - ☁️ Nextcloud server, a safe home for all your data
Invoice Ninja - Invoices, Expenses and Tasks built with Laravel and Flutter
flutter-rust-ffi - Starter project for Flutter plugins willing to access native and synchronous rust code using FFI
tinacms - Open source editor that brings visual editing into React websites. A developer-centric CMS to build contextual and intuitive editing experience without sacrificing code quality.
dartea - The Elm Architecture (TEA) for Flutter
poor-richard - Static site for Spotlight PA
dcnnt-android - Android client for https://github.com/cyanomiko/dcnnt-py
react-native-windows - A framework for building native Windows apps with React.
Fediverse.app - A client for Pleroma and Mastodon instances written using Flutter