FlutterLDN are holding an evening of talks around Fullstack testing and how to use Flutter for home screen widgets on Android! Don't miss out!
Flutter has a richer set of testing features than any other cross-platform mobile app development framework. Flutter provides a solid testing framework which allows developers to write tests at unit, Widget and UI level. Widget testing is one cool feature that Flutter provides to run UI tests as fast as unit tests. Flutter also has UI tests, known as integration tests, that run on the simulator or on real devices. How to setup Flutter tests in Continuous Integration. In this talk, we will explore what kind of testing techniques to adopt in the Flutter project for better quality apps. We will also explore another options for testing Flutter apps that hasn’t been mentioned in the Flutter docs.
Shashikant is a software professional, he loves automating software delivery using DevOps and test automation tools. Shashikant uses Apple Developer tools like Swift, Xcode, XCTest, Xcode Server. In addition to Open-Source Contributor and is the author of BDDfire (Ruby) and XCFit (Swift) framework.
Learn what Android App-Widgets are and how you can create one for your Flutter App. Indepth talk on Android App-Widgets and the way they work in Android and how you can take advantage of them with Flutter.
Simon is a veteran Android developer going all the way back to the days of the original G1. His Android experience ranges from large corporations such as the BBC all the way to nimble startups. In October of 2017 he came across Flutter and was so impressed with the technology he has been working exclusively in Flutter ever since. Today, Simon is a co-founder of the Flutter Study Group and Flutter Community Medium publication, co-hosts a weekly live help program called #HumpDayQandA and is helping to grow the Flutter London Meetup group with George Medve.