Mistakes happen and sometimes a previous version of your project functions better than the current version. In this video, learn how to use version history to restore previous states in your project.
all about Dart lists, you'll start seeing them … all over the place; and, to start with, … we already said that the columns … when we're trying to set its children property, … it always expects a list of widgets. … And that's why we create them inside … these square brackets and also so do these rows. … They also want to have children … some of these things, such as, for example, … when we added it to here on the onPressed of our true button … or when we added our icons into our scorekeeper list. … But there's another way that you can do this … with Android Studio. … So, very helpfully, Android Studio is actually tracking … everything that you're doing behind the scenes. … Now, it sounds a bit creepy, … but it's actually super helpful. … So, firstly, go into the VCS menu up here; … and this stands for Version Control System. … So a part of that has our local history. … If we go in there and we click on Show History, … then you'll see all of the code changes that we made; … for example, 30 minutes ago I added my check icon …
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