GitHub Copilot suggested code for List.of type cast error.

GitHub Copilot is pretty AWESOME!!

Just taking a few minutes to express a little nuanced gratitude for the GitHub Copilot AI tool. Practically speaking, in working with Dart, when creating shallow copies of Lists and Maps, I recently learned a primary difference between .from() and .of(): Using .from() will yield runtime exceptions while using .of() will reveal any potential type

A Tour of some of Dart 3’s Impactful New Features

I created a public Gist of my experience touring Dart 3’s new features via their Dart Codelab. Gist files from Dart’s codelab: Dive into Dart 3’s new OO language enhancements including patterns, records, enhanced switch and case, and sealed classes. It was intriguing and educational!! 💡 A couple of the features I recall learning or using

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Dart and OO: Design Patterns, Refactoring, and Code Smells

I would like to thank for their insightful course on, well, refactoring (and code smells) at an Object-Oriented (OO) level. The course helped to set me on the right track for being more cognizant of my coding practices in Flutter and Dart. While some refactoring concepts might appear self-explanatory, the dissection of the refactoring processes in

TIL — `.nonNulls`

From the source code: flutterbincachedart-sdklibcollectioniterable.dart /// Operations on iterables with nullable elements. @Since(“3.0”) extension NullableIterableExtensions<T extends Object> on Iterable<T?> {   /// [Returns] The same elements as this iterable,   /// except that `null` values are omitted.   Iterable<T> get nonNulls => NonNullsIterable<T>(this); } dart:collection Source — changelog: Added extension members: nonNulls firstOrNull lastOrNull singleOrNull elementAtOrNull Obtained

Learning Mobile App Development via Flutter

Learning: Mobile App Development – via Flutter What is … Flutter? Flutter is a mobile—and web—app development framework powered by the Dart programming language. It is akin to React Native or Ionic, and is built by Google. Dart is akin to JavaScript—but not. Since coming out of beta in December 2018, trends from Stack Overflow