Flutter Tabs Tutorial | Working with Tabs Example is today’s topic. Working with tabs is a typical pattern in Android and iOS apps following the Material Design guidelines.  Flutter includes a very convenient way to create tab layouts. For tabs to work, we will need to keep the selected tab and content sections in sync. It is… (0 comment)

Python List Extend Example | extend() Method Tutorial is today’s topic. Python extend() method adds the specified list elements (or any iterable) to the end of the current list.  The extend() extends the list by adding all items of the list (passed as an argument) to an end. Python List Extend Example The syntax for python… (0 comment)

Python List append() Method Example | Python Standard Libary is today’s topic. Python has a great built-in list type named “list.” List literals are written within square brackets [ ]. Lists work similarly to strings, use the len() function and square brackets [ ] to access data, with the first element at index 0. The append() method… (0 comment)

Javascript Promise Reject Example | Promise.reject() Tutorial is today’s topic. The Promise.reject() method returns the Promise object that is rejected with a given reason. The static Promise.reject() function returns the Promise that is rejected. For debugging purposes and selective error catching, it is useful to make reason an instanceof Error. Javascript Promise Reject Example The syntax for Javascript Promise.reject() method is following. Promise.reject(reason); The… (0 comment)

In this tutorial, we will see Flutter ListView Example | Displaying Dynamic Contents. Flutter is the mobile App SDK by Google which helps in creating modern mobile apps for iOS and Android using the single code base. It’s the new entrant in the cross-platform mobile application development, and unlike other frameworks like React Native, it doesn’t use JavaScript but Dart… (0 comment)

In this tutorial, we will see How To Create Stateful Widget In Flutter. Stateful Widget means a widget that has a mutable state. The state is information that can be read synchronously when the widget is built and might change during a lifetime of a widget. It is the responsibility of the widget implementer to ensure that the State is… (0 comment)