Solution: When AndroidManifest.xml changes aren’t seen in your Flutter dev/test app

As a brief note, if you’re developing an Android app with Flutter and then find that the changes you made to your AndroidManifest.xml file aren’t being seen in your app, you’ll probably need to uninstall your dev/test app and completely reinstall it with flutter run. I just ran into this problem while working with flutter_local_notifications — which requires changes to AndroidManifest.xml to work properly — and uninstalling and reinstalling the app fixed the problem.

Software development process standard operating procedures

Some long time ago I was working on a large software development project, and I wasn’t happy with either the quality or the velocity of our programming effort. So one night I sat down and tried to work out an activity diagram to show what our software development process needed to be, to improve both speed and quality. It turns out that a lot of this is just common sense, but for some reason or another team members would try to circumvent the process, which always led to more pain for everyone involved.

How to enable a physical Android device (phone or tablet) for development and debugging alvin June 14, 2017 - 7:28pm

To enable a physical Android hardware device (phone or tablet) for developing and debugging your apps with Android Studio, follow these steps.

1) Enable “Developer Options”

The first thing you have to do with a new Android device is to enable the developer options in the Settings app. To do this:

25+ Drupal form and module programming examples

This page serves as an index to all of my Drupal module, form, and databases tutorials and examples. In an effort to help supplement the documentation on the website, over time I hope to have good examples for every Drupal module and form problem you'll run into.

A MAMP new website setup tutorial

MAMP website setup FAQ: How do I configure MAMP and my Mac so I can develop a new PHP website? (Or, Can you share a Mac MAMP setup tutorial?)

Assuming you already have MAMP installed, creating a new MAMP website is pretty easy. I've gotten to the point where I can do it in about two minutes. You just have to configure your /etc/hosts file and your MAMP Apache configuration file. Here's how.

Drupal database configuration files - development, testing, and production environments

Drupal database configuration file FAQ: Is there something I can do to quit having to change my Drupal settings.php file every time I go from my Development Environment to Testing and Production?

Yes! One of the things I didn't like about Drupal when I first started working with it was the settings.php file in the sites/default directory. I thought that was THE database configuration file, and you had to keep changing it when you went from Development to Testing to Production.

Drupal menu nesting problem (module development)

Drupal menu nesting problem: I just had a problem with menu nesting while developing a Drupal 6 module, and thought I'd share the problem and solution here.

The problem was that in developing my Drupal module, I was trying to created a nested menu structure, something like this:

- My App
  - Reminders
    - Add Reminder

Somewhere in the process of developing my module, this Drupal nested menu got out of sync, and my menus appeared in a flat structure, like this: