Join us for an exciting Flutter Meetup in Wrocław, a gathering designed for enthusiasts, developers, and anyone interested in diving deeper into the world of Flutter.
Our meetup is scheduled for the 19th of February, 2024, marking an evening filled with learning, networking, and exploration of Flutter's capabilities. We are thrilled to announce that we will feature two distinguished speakers, each bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience.
This is a golden opportunity to connect with fellow Flutter enthusiasts, share experiences, and gain insights that could propel your projects or career to new heights. Whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting, this meetup promises to offer valuable perspectives and stimulating discussions.
Make sure to mark your calendar and save the date: February 19th, 2024. We look forward to seeing you at WedrowkiPub for an unforgettable day of learning and networking.
Offline First Architecture with Bloc and Reactive Database - Dominik Roszkowski
Building apps that work flawlessly with limited network accessibility is not trivial. However, with more and more demanding users it's a necessity. There can be several approaches to offline first architecture and in this talk we'll look into one of them. You'll learn how to use flutter_bloc for handling user's actions and data, how to enable database to host persistent queue of actions, and resolve other challenging topics when the app is offline.
Mapbox and Flutter: How we achieved a 20x performance boost - Oleksandr Tilnyi
Dive into maps with Oleksandr Tilnyi. He will present the journey of achieving a significant performance improvement in map rendering using Mapbox and Flutter. Initially, he faced with challenges in fetching and displaying map data efficiently, especially when dealing with a large number of trails across Europe. Oleksandr wants to focus on different ways of how you can style, interact with and display data on the map. Moreover, solution is highlighting the integration of Maptoolkit Data Connector and Mapbox GL to enhance the overall performance. This talk’s result will show how applying of this solution could demonstrate a remarkable speed improvement, reducing time for map’s ready state from 30 seconds to just 2 seconds. It is a practical guidance for developers seeking to enhance map performance in their Flutter applications.
Flutter and AppleTV. Story of one challenge - Sasha Denisov
Flutter officially supports six platforms, but, unfortunately, TV platforms are not yet on the list. While Flutter applications can indeed be developed for TV platforms, and launching your app on Android TV can be relatively easy, the situation with Apple TV is far more complex. In this talk, I will describe step-by-step how we solved this problem and finally launched a Flutter application on AppleTV