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Florian Loitsch
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Ever dream in HTML and CSS? Check out Web Analogs to ramp up quickly with Flutter! https://flutter.io/web-analogs/

We're happy to introduce a new type of page on flutter.io. Analogs are side-by-side mappings of common application design patterns to their Flutter/Dart equivalents.
Web Analogs map HTML/CSS > Flutter/Dart. If you're a web layout ninja, we hope it helps you ramp up quickly with Flutter!


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In Flutter, "Everything is a widget!" A new tutorial, Building Layouts in Flutter, shows you how to create a layout using Flutter's rich library of widgets.

https://flutter.io/tutorials/layout/

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Flutter, Dart, and Google in Aarhus. Mikkel shares his experiences joining the Dart team in Aarhus working on high-quality animated charts for Android and iOS.

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Dart 1.22 is now available with faster tools, assert messages, covariant overrides, and more!

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I wrote down a bit of an inside look on the implications of writing a web framework in Google's trunk-based dev environment.

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So many nice improvements in Flutter.
We have a new version of our IntelliJ plugin, version 0.1.9.1. IntelliJ should prompt you to update; if not, select 'Check for updates...' from the main menu.

Our goal of this release was to create a smoother experience for new developers just getting started with Flutter in IntelliJ. This involved fixing numerous fit-and-finish issues [1], including:

* When opening a project, we check if any imported packages are missing, and if so auto-import them

* Reduced the number of files shown in the Project View when the ‘Show Excluded Files’ option is off

* Several improvements to the Run/Reload/Restart/Stop action buttons to make sure their state is correct, and that keyboard shortcuts work well

* Improved the detection of Flutter projects that have not been opened before, resolving several ‘dead-end issues’

* Automatically bring the iOS simulator to the front on a Run or Debug action

We also added an experimental debugging pane; while your app is running you can open this with View > Tool Windows > Flutter. It contains the following debugging options, that you can toggle on/off using the buttons at the top of the pane:

* Debug paint: Show visual indications of rendering boxes, padding, and alignment [2]

* Repaint rainbow: Overlay each later with rotating colors when repainting [2]

* Performance overlay: Show the time spent on the GPU and CPU threads [3]

* Slow animations: Slow down animation speed to enable visual debugging [4]

* Observatory Timeline: Show the Observatory web UI for visualizing timeline

[1]: https://github.com/flutter/flutter-intellij/milestone/16?closed=1
[2]: https://flutter.io/debugging/#visual-debugging
[3]: https://flutter.io/debugging/#performanceoverlay
[4]: https://flutter.io/debugging/#debugging-animations

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