We are a community of Web and Mobile developers that wants to improve and teach others how to develop applications with Flutter.
Learn Flutter welcomes anyone to contribute. Please read the following Contributors Guidelines in its entirety before submitting a story or tutorial. We only accept original content, we don't repost content published on other outlets in any form. We always provide credit to Authors, a Bio and a link back to your website or social media.
- Submissions must be submitted in HTML or Markdown (MultiMarkdown is NOT supported).
- Submissions must be about Flutter itself or its ecosystem (Dart or Fuschia articles are ok, Swift or Java articles are not).
- Submissions need to teach something new. We're not focused in providing materials to learn something new, there are already lots of blogs that cover other aspect of Flutter.
- Titles need to be written in title case.
- The Editor always has the final saw whether they publish the story or not.
- We try our best to accommodate your publishing schedule, but from time to time our schedule might be full and we're going to need to push your article a few days later. We will always communicate this with you and you can decide if you're fine with that or not.
- The Editor may edit your story. You will be notified of all the edits and can freely decide if you want to publish the article with the edits or not.
How to Submit
You can submit an article by sending us an email to the address:
Make sure to include the following information in the email:
- Your Email Address
- Your Name
- A link to your website, twitter or wherever you want a link back when we publish your article
- Your Bio (even just a few sentences about who you are and what you're working on)
- The Title of your article
- The Body or your article in either HTML or Markdown (preferred)
We are delighted that you want to share your creations with us and we can't wait to read what you have to say about Flutter and the whole ecosystem!