Greetings, hackers, coders, and earth-defy’ers.
Whether you’ve merely adopted dark theme, or you’re seasoned Android developer, prepare to upgrade your app to meet your users’ expectations. When you’re done, consider Flutter as a UI toolkit for your next project and see why Kubernetes clusters need your attention.
In all, I invite you to read this brand you issue of the Hacker’s Tribute!
Dan ‘the Man’ Kowalski
Editor-in-Chief, The Hacker’s Tribute
Entering the Dark Theme
Dark theme is nothing new to Android developers, but last year’s update gave users the power to control the theme of their device or even apps. The system-wide dark theme setting has multiple benefits and users want their apps to follow. Learn how to add dark theme to your app using Material Design Components.
Flutter’s soaring popularity
Continuing their tradition of surveying developers every quarter, Flutter team asked programmers again what they think about the toolkit. The results were astonishing for them, as 97% of the respondents said they are positively satisfied with Flutter! Consider also the growing adoption for business projects and app performance, and maybe you’ve just found a UI toolkit for your next app!
Most Liked Flutter Packages
Now, as you’re more into using Flutter, explore this list compiling the most popular packages to set your Flutter project up and running in no-time, increasing the development speed!
Whose Cluster Is It?
Adopting Kubernetes promises many advantages to your enterprise, as it is cheaper, benefits multiple teams, and generally improves CI/CD pipelines. There can be, however, some issues with managing Kubernetes clusters when left alone to different teams to decide about them. It’s time to take responsibility for your clusters, and here’s how.
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