Enforce stricter types in Flutter

Example: Strings

Pendatic comes to help

doStuff() {
doStuff() has the return type dynamic.
void doStuff() {

Configuring pedantic

sdk: flutter
pedantic: ^1.9.0
include: package:pedantic/analysis_options.1.9.0.yamlanalyzer:
exclude: [build/**]
implicit-casts: false
implicit-dynamic: false
Dart being pedantic on my code.




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Felix Blaschke

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Software Developer, http://felix-blaschke.de

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