Tailwind supports dark mode out of the box, by simply prefixing a typical class with `dark:`. In simple cases, you can easily create a website which toggles styles based on whether the user has dark mode enabled:
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Introducing a state-inspector devtool for Provider/Riverpod!
Announcing Zapp! EAP: Build Dart & Flutter apps in the browser!
Today at Invertase we’re super excited to announce that a project we’ve been working on will soon be ready for Early Access Preview. Zapp! allows developers to code and run Dart & Flutter projects directly within a browser without the need for a local development environment.
Announcing: React Native Firebase version 6.0.0
Late last year we made the decision at Invertase to heavily invest in a revamp of the entire React Native Firebase library and today as announced in the keynote at the Firebase Summit; we're super excited to share with you this new & improved React Native Firebase; version 6.0.0!
Building a production ready website with GatsbyJS & Prismic.io
GatsbyJS is one of my favourite open source frameworks for building static websites. Being able to take advantage of their plugin ecosystem to build rapid websites whilst using some of the latest tools such as GraphQL makes the experience both fun and simple. Prismic is a headless CMS with a powerful API which takes away the pain of managing rich content such as images, headings, lists etc which feature regularly in web content.
Firebase Crashlytics for React Native
As we announced earlier in the year we're hard at work bring you a new and better Firebase experience for React Native. In this blog post we'll briefly cover 'what is Firebase Crashlytics', how you can get setup and what's new for the latest release of React Native Firebase Crashlytics.
Getting started with Cloud Firestore on React Native
This blog post has been updated for version 6.0.0 of React Native Firebase.