Having created the user interface in the previous part, we’ve kind of finished our work on current weather related things. The only problem is that many values which we’re currently using are hard coded. Take for example the location for which we want to fetch the weather or if we want to show metric or imperial values.

In the next few tutorials, before we jump into implementing future weather, we’re going to deal with settings and also location. In this part, we’re going to set up the foundation for settings and also finally implement displaying metric or imperial values.

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Matt Rešetár

Matt is an app developer with a knack for teaching others. Working as a Flutter freelancer and most importantly developer educator, he doesn't have a lot of free time 😅 Yet he still manages to squeeze in tough workouts 💪

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