This post will take you through the steps of using environment variables from within you Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio for Mac
I love using Square’s Picasso library whenever I need to load images into my Android applications. It lets me load images from the internet into ImageViews with a single line of code.
I took it upon myself to converting a couple of my domains to use Let’s Encrypt in order to offer a secure connection to them. If you haven’t heard about Let’s Encrypt by now you’ have probably been living under a rock. If that’s the case though, have a read at this page and you’ll get up to speed with it.
I’ve seen this question being asked on StackOverflow so many times I event thought about writing a bot to automatically reply to it.
So the time has come for me to move on and accept a new challenge. As of the October 20th, I’ll be joining Twilio as a Developer Evangelist.
Modulecounts came to my attention, and I thought the idea was pretty neat.
I wanted to be able to send SMS messages with Dart, and because it doesn’t actually support it natively (not that I would expect it to anyway), I decided to write a library that allows me to do just that.
This is a very simple example of how to create files with Dart. I am working on another example that involves file manipulation, but thought I’d quickly post this one here as to have it out of the way.