Flutter support both material dialog (Android style) and Cupertino dialog (iOS).
In this example, I will show you some different solutions to count the occurrence of an element in a list:
Let’s go through some different approaches to loop/iterate a list in Dart:
Like other languages, Dart provides .split(pattern) method to split a string into a list of sub-strings.
Dart provides .values to get list of values in an enum. Since it is a list, we can use any method of List data type.