Google’s first 2020 update has brought Flutter up to version 1.17 and the associated Dart language to 2.8 on the 6th of May. So let’s focus on what’re the new features and improvements we’ve received with this update.
So let’s talk about how to resolve the error “Warning: CocoaPods is installed but broken. Skipping pod install. You appear to have CocoaPods installed but it is not working.” which comes when you try to run flutter commands.
Hello! I’m going to make an assumption about you. Since you’re reading this article, it follows that you’re curious about Flutter. It’s also likely that you’re sceptical. So what’re the benefits of Flutter? Why Should You be Using Flutter? That’s what I’m going to answer you in this post.
What if I tell you that Flutter is just a library of programming language called Dart? Yes it is true. Writing an app in Flutter is writing Dart. Flutter is, underneath it all, a library of Dart classes.
Welcome to part 2-B of Flutter tutorial series. In this article I’m going to guide you how to install Flutter on MacOS computer (Macbook Pro, iMac, Mac-mini, etc.. ) . Ok, let’s start 🙂