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  • September 11, 2021
  • September 11, 2021

Setting up the Flutter on M1 Mac

At the time of writing this article, the latest stable version of the Flutter is 2.5. Flutter version 2.5 improved supporting Apple Silicon, in version 2.5, the iOS simulator now natively run on Apple Silicon. This article explains how to set up the Flutter on M1 Mac. Download and Install SDK Download the stable codes of the Flutter from the official web site. Flutter | Flutter – Beautiful native apps in record time Expand the downloaded archive, move expanded flutter folder into the directory you want to install. For example, I copied it into the ~/Documents/src/ directory. Edit the environment […]

  • August 4, 2021
  • August 4, 2021

Setting up Android Studio on M1 Mac

This article is a guide of setting up Android Studio on M1 Mac. Install Android Studio Download from the official site Android Studio can be downloaded from the official web site. The latest version at the time of writing is 2020.3.1.22, and the arm build (Apple Silicon Native build) is a preview release. Download Android Studio and SDK tools  |  Android Developers The arm build is a zip archive. Expand the archive and copy “Android Studio” into your Applications folder. The downloadable file may be a disk image file (*.dmg). Use JetBrains Toolbox App to download Android Studio based on […]

  • July 30, 2021
  • July 30, 2021

Change Memory Settings of Android Studio, AppCode or IntelliJ Based IDEs

What IDE do you use? If you develop an iOS Apps, you use Xcode. If you develop an Android Apps, you use Android Studio. If you develop a windows desktop apps, you use Visual Studio. I often use AppCode to develop iOS Apps and macOS Apps. AppCode is a one of an IntelliJ Based IDE, it is used to develop iOS / macOS Apps. Android Studio is also IntelliJ Based IDE. I think they are like a brother or sister. Change Memory Settings of IDE The IntelliJ Based IDE such as AppCode and Android Studio can change the memory settings […]