In this video, Emmanuel Henri gives an overview of the resources when a developer wants to add platform-specific code.
- [Instructor] There will be times when you want…to do program specific code,…for example leverage of latest IOS of Android SDKs…that aren't covered with Flutter yet.…Although we can't provide a full exploration…of this subject as this is literally the subject…of a course, we'll explore the basics…and the available resources.…So go to flutter.io, once you get there…go to Docs, and then scroll down to where it says…Use device and SDK APIs and then…go to Platform Specific Code.…
So if you scroll down to the architectural overview…you'll see that Flutter uses a method channel…to communicate in between the Flutter app…and the specific platforms in the schema here…with IOS and Android.…Then with this channel Flutter is able to access IOS…or Android APIs or even third party APIs…related to these platforms.…So with this architectural access…an application could take advantage…of the latest IOS or Android SDKs introduced,…and build really interesting applications using Flutter.…
If you are interested in learning more on this subject…
- 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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