Alternative Methods for Updating Flutter Versions and Monitoring Changes in FlutterFlow
During the meeting, the State Changers discussed the need to find an alternative to trial and error when determining when to update their Flutter version. They currently use version 3.7.12 and wonder if there is a way to know when to update without just installing the newest package and testing it.
Daniel pointed out that in the upper left-hand corner of the FlutterFlow window, there is a section called "Flutter Flow" that shows the project name and the version of Flutter being used. If this version changes, it is likely that a corresponding version of FlutterFlow should be obtained.
It was mentioned that FlutterFlow recently released a new version, still using version 3.7, and the expectation is that the version may not change quickly. However, given the history, it's important to stay attentive in case of any unexpected changes.