In this video, Emmanuel Henri explores the interactions and how it impacts the current application.
- Interactivity is a must when looking at any applications.…And we'll cover this very important subject here.…We already have some interactivity in our application.…Well let's remodel this a bit to understand how it works.…So the first thing I want to explore with you…is to see how this works.…So right now when we're clicking on this plus,…right now it doesn't do anything because…we are not showing it on our application here.…But whenever we actually are pressing here…the counter in the application is increasing by one.…
So if we take a look at the code here,…we have a counter that's initialized at zero.…So if we restart the application completely,…this is going to be restarted at zero.…We have the state that basically increases the counter…by one when we run this function increment counter.…So if we scroll down at the button here,…whenever we press that button, increment counter is run…here and therefore the counter is increased by one.…So right now we don't have anything to show…that we are actually interacting with the application…
- Programming with Dart
- Setting up the Flutter SDK
- Setting up app simulators
- Using Flutter for iOS
- Using Flutter for Android
- Using widgets and material components
- Adding interactivity, routing, and navigation
- Reading and writing with Dart IO
- Creating HTTP requests
Skill Level Beginner
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2. UI Building
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4. Build and Release
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