Imagine a person, Mr. X, hired as a newbie flutter developer in the Research & Development department of an ordinary biscuit manufacturing agency. Eventually, the sales trend started to drop off on weekly basis.
To resolve this issue, the Head of Department held a meeting and decided to create a questionnaire in their existing app. The Project Manager distributed various tasks to the development team and assigned Mr. X with only a short time to write code along with the restriction to use any third-party libraries such as Pubspec Packages¹.
The job was to create a button that would pop…
Lessons learned from raster to vector image colouring.
· RECAP - A GLANCE FROM THE PAST
· THE MISSING PART
· RASTER VS VECTOR IMAGE
· THE CANVAS PAINTING STRATEGY
· ITS TIME TO CODE
· THE LAST SHOT
∘ STEP 1: ADD FLUTTER_SVG PACKAGE
∘ STEP 2: EXPORT SVG FROM ILLUSTRATOR
∘ STEP 3: CREATE A NEW COLOR SLIDER
∘ STEP 4: LOAD THE IMAGE ON THE SCREEN
∘ STEP 5: RUNNING THE CODE
Welcome to the second part; I hope you enjoyed the first one. Previously, we discovered different techniques to apply specific colours…
Lessons learned from raster to vector image coloring.
· THE CHALLENGE
· THE BLENDING SLIDER
· NOT ALL OF US ARE MATHEMATICIANS!
· TRY TRY AGAIN
· BREAKING UP THE IMAGE
· ON YOUR MARKS, READY, GET SET CODE!
∘ IMAGE COLOR SWITCHER
∘ THE COLOR SLIDER
∘ FINAL RESULTS
· GAME NOT OVER!
· SO WHAT’S NEXT?
Do you wish to colour an image through dart code? Are you facing failures over time? Are you feeling lost? Well, don’t give up hope yet!
In this series, we will explore techniques that would enhance…
· WHY TEST?
· UNIT TEST
· THE TESTING PHASE
· PREPARE FOR TAKEOFF
· LIST TEST CASE
∘ CASE 1: LIST IS NULL
∘ CASE 2: LIST IS EMPTY
∘ CASE 3: LIST IS NOT EMPTY
∘ CASE 4: LIST HAS TOTAL FOUR FLAVOURS
∘ CASE 5: THE FIRST FLAVOUR OF LIST IS CHOCOLATE
∘ CASE 6: THE LAST FLAVOUR OF LIST IS PEANUT BUTTER
∘ CASE 7: LIST HAS TWO FLAVOURS STARTING WITH THE LETTER C
∘ CASE 8: LIST HAS TOTAL FIFTEEN VOWELS
∘ CASE 9: LIST HAS TOTAL OF TWENTY CONSONANTS
∘ CASE 10: LISTS ARE NOT…
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