Create a Flutter client based on a GraphQL API generated by Livebase, and win cash prizes

Flutter is Google's UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.

This year we are proud sponsors of FlutterHeros 2023 the annual Flutter dev conference hosted in person in Turin, Italy, and broadcasted live on the web. The event features international speakers and sponsors, and welcomes participants from all over Europe, and connected online from all over the globe.

The Flutter Dev Contest is open to any experienced Flutter developer (not necessarily attending the conference) and allows to win cash prizes: €1500 for the winner, €1000 for the runner-up and €500 for the third. Moreover, all the developers that will submit a valid Flutter application will receive a six-months complimentary Livebase subscription.

The contest will start on February 24th, simultaneously with the conference, and will last two weeks, until March 5th.

Joining the contest will be simple and fun:
  1. request a free evaluation account on the Livebase platform (link will be published here);
  2. generate a backend GraphQL API with Livebase (we'll provide step-by-step instructions);
  3. create a Graphical User Interface with Flutter for such backend (i.e. a client application invoking the GraphQL API generated by Livabase).

Entries will be judged by a panel of Flutter experts against the following evaluation criteria:
  1. quality of the code, with particular attention to comprehensibility;
  2. compliance of the code with Flutter best practices;
  3. visual beauty, elegance and intuitiveness of the Graphical User Interface.

All the Flutter applications submitted will have to be licensed as open source (we recommend BSD, MIT or Apache), so that we can judge them and other developers can benefit from them. We reserve the right to publish their code on this website, as instructional examples.

The detailed rules for the contest will be published on this page on February 24th, 2023simultaneously with the start of the conference. Stay tuned!
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