Friends Roster – Responsive Layouts

This is the continuation of “how I built the Friends Roster app” saga. If you missed the previous parts in this series, do check them out — part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6 and part 7. One of the nice features of Flutter is building responsive layouts is quite simple. It is certainly easier than building responsive layouts in HMTL or Android. As you already know, the reason I chose Flutter is because I can build for both the web and android from one code base. That means I had to design the UI to adapt to large screens and … Continue reading “Friends Roster – Responsive Layouts”