Any of those help Is there a linting option for Dart that forces explicit types? I don't like how if I have an unspecified return type for a function it becomes dynamic, while if I don't specify the type for a variable it properly infers it. , Sure!
I hope this helps . As soon as you have added an interface to the class, you can bring up the Implement Members dialog. In ReSharper 8.2 I have a drop down box at the bottom labeled "Implement as" which I can set to "Explicit Implementation"
How do I run my flutter app in dart v2 mode in debug in VS Code (--preview-dart-2 option)
will be helpful for those in need In the settings of visual studio code there is a flag for enabling dart 2 which specifies that it should be sending --preview-dart-2:
// Whether to enable previewing Dart 2.0 functionality such as optional new/const.
// true: send --preview-dart-2
// false: send --no-preview-dart-2
// undefined: do not send a flag
wish helps you I'm used to relying on the compiler to catch incompatible type mistakes. By default, Dart offers this only if I remember to specify types. If I forget to include types in the code, then I don't get the type checks. , You can use the analysis_options.yaml file to make Dart stricter.