- [Emmanuel] This course was an overview…of the major steps to get started with Flutter,…and hopefully you've learned enough…to get started and then practice with your own project.…Needless to say, there are still plenty to learn on Flutter…and the mobile platforms.…First, you could go through some of the examples…on Flutter's documentation to get more experience…and also build your knowledge around animation,…leverage Firebase for Mobile persistence…and more around interactivity.…Also, take the time to go through the APIs…and get familiar with the properties of each widget.…
This type of exploration will get you more familiar…with Flutter's or Dart's syntax.…Beyond Flutter, learning to develop…on iOS and Android itself will allow you to be ready…when flutter itself isn't enough…to complete your mobile projects.…Having a good grasp of the final platforms…will help you realize your dream application…without being limited by your knowledge.…Finally, if you encounter any issues in the library itself,…reach out the developers on GitHub…
- 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
Android App Development: Data Persistence Librarieswith Annyce Davis4h 52m Intermediate
1. Introduction and Setup
2. UI Building
3. Use Device and SDK APIs
4. Build and Release
Resources to release to iOS1m 54s
Next steps1m 5s
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