New Flutter Mobile App: Guide Diary

KeyholeSoftware.Dev Releases Mobile KHS Guide Diary App

Keyhole Software Company News, Flutter, Keyhole Creations, Mobile Leave a Comment

The team is proud to announce the release of a new mobile application, KHS Guide Diary, a cross-platform Flutter app that enables documentation of fishing trips.

KHS Guide Driay app enables precise documentation of fishing trips by recording images, trip descriptions, environmental conditions, and any income and expenses associated with the trip. KHS Guide Diary allows users’ trips to be viewed, sorted, and searched from the main listing page. Trip information can also be downloaded and shared on social media.

Bloom Filters in Java Dev

Applying Bloom Filters to Java Dev: A Naive Implementation

Tazz Vose Development Technologies, Java, Testing Leave a Comment

Over the course of this blog, I will be focusing on using Bloom Filters in Java development. We’ll briefly talk through what they are and why they’re handy, and then we’ll dive into a hypothetical use case and tutorial.

As a note, this post is just meant to get you started on the track to using a Bloom Filter in the wild. What we discuss here will stay high-level but will give you a general idea of how it would work on a project.

Without further ado, let’s get started.

Automating Flutter Deployments: Configuring CircleCI

Automating Flutter Deployments: Part 3 – Configuring CircleCI

Rachel Walker Development Technologies, Flutter Leave a Comment

Recently, I’ve worked on automating some internal processes for building and releasing Flutter applications. Part of this effort included utilizing Fastlane with a Continuous Integration/Delivery platform to build and deploy the app. This blog post will outline the process I followed to run the build on CircleCI after I had configured Fastlane to build and deploy the application from my local machine.

React’s Unique Looping Tool For Beginners

John Dehan Development Technologies, React Leave a Comment

In the post, I’ll be talking more about the map() function – how it differs from other common loops, exploring its optional second parameter, using mapping in the return statement, and tracking with keys. By the end, I hope you’ll have a clearer understanding of how the map() function can be useful in your React projects.

Please note, this post is geared toward React beginners and new coders. Veteran users may not glean as much from the content.

Automating Flutter Deployments: Part 2 – Screenshots

Rachel Walker Development Technologies, Flutter Leave a Comment

Recently, I worked on automating some internal processes for building and releasing Flutter applications. Part of this work has involved integrating integration test runs and screenshots as part of the release and deployment process.

I wanted to be able to use the same set of tests to validate our code on Android and iOS devices without having to write large amounts of platform-specific code or configuration. These tests needed to be able to integrate with Fastlane, so they can be utilized by CI/CD. Specifically, this restricted setup runs using command line tools with no manual steps in Xcode or Android Studio, aside project level configuration.

This blog is Part 2 of a three-part series exploring automating Flutter CI/CD on CircleCI. Part 1 covered setting up Fastlane to build and deploy applications locally, this post outlines automating screenshot capture and test runs, and part 3 discusses configuring CircleCI to automate these processes.