Today is March 3rd, 2021 — the day of Flutter Engage. Here are my thoughts on the day’s announcements.

More than a year has passed since the last official Flutter event. Flutter Engage is the latest annual progress update for the Flutter project, as well as a general marketing opportunity and community celebration. Historically, Flutter events have taken place in person, but due to the state of the world, this event took place online.

Every Flutter developer will take away different points from an event like this. These are the details that stuck out to me.

Flutter for web is stable

Arguably, the biggest…


Today we build a Photoshop-inspired color picker with control over hue, saturation, and brightness.

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Today we build a switch that flips in 3D.

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Today we build a 3D image flip effect in Flutter.

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Today we build a typewriter widget that looks like a person is typing.

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Today we build a message flash Widget to display an error message in a form.

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Today we build a candlestick stock chart in Flutter, inspired by the Robinhood app.

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Today we build a hero widget in Flutter that’s inspired by the Protect hero in the Nest app.

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To continue the fun of this Widget Workshop, you can learn how to implement animated glows and a dark version of the Protect hero UI in the Extended Widget Workshop, available at the SuperDeclarative! Academy: https://school.superdeclarative.com

Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next Widget Workshop.


Today marks the humble beginning of the SuperDeclarative! Academy, a learning platform for all things Flutter.

The SuperDeclarative! Academy offers access to all the free SuperDeclarative! videos you love, but will also provide access to premium videos and micro-courses in the future. In fact, the very first premium video was released today, a color picker Extended Widget Workshop.


Today we’re building a color picker Widget in Flutter that is used to select different paint colors in an online store.

This workshop was inspired by the following design on Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/shots/7615487-Product-Detail-Color-Picker

If you enjoy the workshop, be sure to subscribe to the SuperDeclarative! YouTube channel, and also follow me @SuprDeclarative on Twitter for future productions.

Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next Widget Workshop.

Matt Carroll

I am SuperDeclarative! (Ex-Flutter at Google)

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