In this video, Emmanuel Henri introduces what packages are and where to get them both for Dart or Flutter projects.
- [Instructor] If you ever import packages…into an application in other languages,…like for example import note packages with MPM,…then you know where we're going…with Dart and Flutter packages.…Like NPM, Dart and Flutter have their…own repository of packages you can…leverage to extend your mobile application.…Let me show you.…You see a link at the top here that says packages.…Click on this link.…And then you're gonna see Flutter packages first.…So, if you want to find any packages,…you can search here,…you can actually scroll here for the top packages,…and as you see any packages that you like…so, for example if you wanted to implement…a Google sign-in inside of your application,…you click here and then you have all the information…that you need to actually use that package.…
If you wanna know how to install it,…you can click here and then install that latest version.…And then some examples of code.…If you wanna take a look at the API's,…you can take a look at the about here.…So, there's a lot of information…about the package on this particular page.…
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- 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
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