From iPhones to huge monitors, regardless of portrait or landscape orientations, the Craft Profit Calculator HTML5 app now accommodates all screen sizes and shapes.
Anyone who knows me knows that I Iove a good chart. So it was a natural, and fun, next addition to my Crafting Profit Calculator. Adding these charts packs in a ton of information into this small and very simple tool – and it was a great excuse to play with Google’s Visualization API.
Some of you may recall the Craft Profit Calculator I created for my wife last year. It’s very simple web app I use occasionally to try out new ideas; initially created to play with HTML5. I released a new version today. It has a few new features, but the one I want to call out initially is the waterfall charts
In a prior article, we started talking about Flutter Implicit animations. In this post, we’ll continue that subject and talk about AnimatedDefaultTextStyle and AnimatedOpacity widgets before moving on to transition animation widgets.
As a result, and just for a fun little Saturday project, I created a HTML5 Mobile App for Apple and Android tablets. It’s a simple little calculator someone can use to determine the pricing of their Etsy crafts. Take a look at my Crafting Profit Calculator.
In a prior post, we talked about the new cross-platform mobile development framework from Google called Flutter. It reviews how Flutter took a different approach from React Native and NativeScript in creating a mobile application. Next, we’re going to cover some key aspects of Flutter.
Now, there is a new kid coming to the playground, and its name is Flutter. The company behind it is Google. It was inspired by Facebook’s React.js and React Native frameworks but it took a slightly different direction.
Today when you develop a mobile application, more than likely, you need to develop for at least two platforms (IOS and Android). Some companies have the luxury of having the development resources that can develop for both