Flutter is an open-source UI SDK created by Google. It is used to develop applications for Android and iOS from a single codebase. Flutter offers native performance, Flutter’s widgets incorporate all critical platform differences such as scrolling, navigation, icons and fonts to provide full native performance on both iOS and Android. DevKit developed and designed for Developer using Flutter. DevKit contains 600++ total of screen with many ready to used screen, widget, cupertino widget, features, function, integration and animation that can be used for multi purpose application in iOS and Android devices. With DevKit, developer can save for 1300+ hours to develop mobile application rather than searching for features on internet. DevKit Highlight :
Much more than just UI
Compatible with Flutter 3.13.5
Use Null Safety
Web Support for Debugging
Clean, elegant & awesome design
Great performance Android & iOS apps
PHP & MySQL Database for API using Code Igniter
Easy to customize code
600++ screen layout and 1200++ files
Free Lifetime Updates & Customer Support
Screen List :
User / Account
Awesome Features :
App Theme (Light Theme, Dark Theme, Custom Theme)
Bottom Sheet Featured
Charts (Bar Charts, Pie Charts, Time Series Charts) Deprecated
Charts Using Syncfusion
GridView – Dynamic Height with Staggered Grid and Waterfall Flow
Multi Language (Even if the language not supported by material localizations)
Page Route Animation
Photo Filter Deprecated
Pick Image Only
Pick & Crop Image
Press back 2 times
Shimmer Loading with many case
Sliver Tab Bar
Storage Location Information
Widget List :
Animated Cross Fade
Animated Default TextStyle
Animated Physical Model
Decorated Box Transition
Floating Action Button Widget
Form Component (TextField, Checkbox, RadioButton, DropdownButton, Button, Slider, Switch, ToggleButton, DatePicker, TimePicker)
Gesture Detector Widget
Popup Menu Button
Progress Indicator Widget
Refresh Indicator Widget
Safe Area Widget
Cupertino Widget :
Cupertino Action Sheet
Cupertino Activity Indicator
Cupertino Alert Dialog
Cupertino Context Menu
Cupertino Date Picker
Cupertino Date & Time Picker
Cupertino Time Picker
Cupertino Timer Picker
Cupertino Dialog Action
Cupertino Fullscreen Dialog Transition
Cupertino Navigation Bar
Cupertino Page Routes
Cupertino Page Scaffold
Cupertino Popup Surface
Cupertino Search Text Field
Cupertino Segmented Control
Cupertino Sliding Segmented Control
Cupertino Sliver Navigation Bar
Cupertino Tab Bar, Tab Scaffold & TabView
Cupertino Text Field
Local Push Notification
Get Data from API
CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete)
Firestore CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete)
Apps UI Kit :
Food Delivery – Multi Merchants
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Manually installing a WordPress plugin from a .zip file is a straightforward process. Here’s a quick guide to help you do it:
Download the Plugin from Plugento.com:
After purchasing the plugin from plugento.com, you will receive a download link or access to your account dashboard. Log in to plugento.com and navigate to your account section, where you can find the option to download the purchased plugin. Simply download the plugin file to your computer.
Log in to Your WordPress Admin Dashboard:
Log in to your WordPress website using your administrator account.
Navigate to the Plugins Section:
In the left-hand menu, click on “Plugins.” This will take you to the Plugins page.
Click “Add New”:
At the top of the Plugins page, you’ll see an “Add New” button. Click on it.
Upload the Plugin:
You’ll be taken to the “Add Plugins” page. Here, you have several options, but you want to upload a plugin. Click on the “Upload Plugin” button.
Click the “Choose File” button to select the .zip file you downloaded earlier from your computer.
Upload and Install:
After selecting the .zip file, click the “Install Now” button. WordPress will upload and install the plugin for you.
Activate the Plugin:
Once the installation is complete, you will be prompted to activate the plugin. Click the “Activate Plugin” link to activate it.
Configure the Plugin:
Depending on the plugin, you may need to configure its settings. This can usually be done from the plugin’s settings page, which you can find in the left-hand menu or under the “Plugins” section.
Verify the Plugin is Working:
Test the plugin on your website to ensure it’s functioning as expected.
That’s it! You’ve successfully installed and activated a WordPress plugin from a .zip file!