A joke only Flutter developers would understand

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Developer: “YESSS! My world-class widget test is ready to run.” (runs the test) Debug Console: “Expected to see 1 widget, found none.” Developer: What! Why, why, why!!! (figures out all async calls in the widget; spends 4 hours re-reading about widget testing, exploring the source code of WidgetTester.pump() and setting up mock classes using Mockito.) Developer: “Muwaha […]

Running opentaps in Windows

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So I’m playing around with opentaps these days. It runs pretty neatly in Linux. Simply executing a shell script it comes with autostarts a built-in Tomcat server and runs the darn thing without a hitch. opentaps under Windows is another animal! Although opentaps comes with a similar batch script for Windows, the thing doesn’t run […]