In previous articles, we have been building a simple social feed using DDD Clean Architecture. In this article, we will conclude the series by implementing Dependency Injection and wrapping up the project.
In the previous chapter, we looked at how to apply the DDD Clean Architecture to our simple social feed flutter application. We implemented the Presentation layer and the Domain layer. In this chapter, we will be implementing the Infrastructure layer and the Application layer.
In previous chapters, we discussed about the concept of DDD Clean Architecture. In this article, we will be building a simple social feed using DDD and Clean Architecture and walk through necessary steps to achieve modularity and scalabilty.
In the first part of this series, we will introduce the concept of Domain-Driven Design (DDD) Clean Architecture and its relevance in building Flutter applications. We will start with a brief overview of Clean Architecture and its principles, followed by an explanation of the different layers and their roles in creating a modular, scalable, and maintainable Flutter project.
Building Flutter Projects with DDD Clean Architecture: A Series on Separation of Concerns and State Management.
This article series is aimed at intermediate Flutter developers with a good understanding of Dart and the Flutter framework. The series will cover the implementation of Domain-Driven Design (DDD) Clean Architecture in Flutter projects.
Developers are switching to statically typed programming languages due to their ability to mitigate errors and improve code quality, resulting in improved maintainability and productivity.
The debate between hybrid and native development has been a constant struggle for startups aiming to build the most efficient, reliable, and scalable mobile applications. While hybrid development allows for a single codebase that can run on multiple platforms, native development offers a better user experience and performance. Startups must weigh the pros and cons of each approach to determine which one best suits their target audience and business needs.
Flutter and React Native are two of the most popular multi-platform development frameworks on the market today, each with its own set of advantages and drawbacks. Evaluating and comparing these two frameworks is essential to determine which is best suited for your project. This comprehensive guide will help you navigate the differences between Flutter and React Native, providing an in-depth analysis of their respective pros and cons, key features, performance, and more.
The future of Multi-Platform development? Exploring the reasons behind its rising popularity and potential to reshape the industry.