Notes is the best place to jot down quick thoughts or to save longer notes filled with checklists, images, web links, scanned documents, handwritten notes, or sketches. There are many things to do with notes. It’s also helpful for you whenever you need it. But there is a problem that we want to sync the notes when changing devices.
Don’t worry because, with the Flutter app, you can create notes and sync them across different devices with the same account.
First of all, one of the first steps for you is you will need to have to setup the flutter environment to build and run this project. This is the start-up step.
You can follow the official Install guide to set up all properly.
Clone the project with the following command:
git clone https://github.com/FerMod/flutter_notes.git
Next is to install the required packages and auto – generated files.
In the project root folder, run:
flutter pub get
Without running the last command, the first time that is loaded the project in an editor, there will be showing errors.
Most of them are because the project is missing auto-generated files.
Running the tests
The Flutter SDK can run unit tests and widget tests in a virtual machine, without the need of a physical device or emulator.
To run the tests, first navigate to the project’s root folder.
To run all the test files in the
test/ directory run:
If you want to run a particular test file, run:
flutter test test/<file_path>
Please read CONTRIBUTING for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.
- FerMod (Ferran Tudela) – Initial work