Maintain a consistent rule for the ordering of the imports, unless there is any specific purpose for having an import earlier or later. Generally, sort them into groups, and within the groups sort them alphabetically. Maintain that across all the dart source files.
If importing a single class or function, then use the
as self documenting why the package is required.
Begin with the dart then the flutter packages, then special case packages (e.g., window_manager) and finally your application packages.
import 'dart:io' show Platform; import 'package:flutter/foundation.dart' show kIsWeb; import 'package:flutter/material.dart'; import 'package:flutter_markdown/flutter_markdown.dart'; import 'package:window_manager/window_manager.dart'; import 'package:myapp/constants/app.dart'; import 'package:myapp/pages/home.dart'; import 'package:myapp/pages/settings_page.dart'; import 'package:myapp/widgets/grid_cards.dart'; import 'package:myapp/widgets/markdown_file.dart'; import 'package:myapp/widgets/multiple_split_view.dart';
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