Join the most comprehensive & bestselling Flutter course and learn how to build amazing iOS and Android apps!
You don’t need to learn Android/ Java and iOS/ Swift to build real native mobile apps!
Flutter – a framework developed by Google – allows you to learn one language (Dart) and build beautiful native mobile apps in no time. Flutter is a SDK providing the tooling to compile Dart code into native code and it also gives you a rich set of pre-built and pre-styled UI elements (so called widgets) which you can use to compose your user interfaces.
Flutter is extremely trending and gets used for major Google apps like their Adwords app – it’s now marked as “ready for production”, hence now is the time to jump in and learn it!
This course will teach Flutter & Dart from scratch, NO prior knowledge of either of the two is required! And you certainly don’t need any Android or iOS development experience since the whole idea behind Flutter is to only learn one language.
You’ll learn Flutter not only in theory but we’ll build a complete, realistic app throughout this course. This app will feature both all the core basics as well as advanced features like using Google Maps, the device camera, adding animations and more!
With Flutter, you’ll be able to write code only once and ship your apps both to the Apple AppStore and Google Play.
Use Google’s Material Design to build beautiful, yet fully customizable, apps in no time with almost zero effort. You can use the rich widget suite Flutter provides to add common UI elements like buttons, switches, forms, toolbars, lists and more – or you simply build your own widgets – Flutter makes that a breeze, too.
What you'll learn
- Learn Flutter and Dart from the ground up, step-by-step
- Build engaging native mobile apps for both Android and iOS
- Use features like Google Maps, the device camera, authentication and much more!
- Learn how to upload images and how to send manual and automated push notifications
- Learn all the basics without stopping after them: Dive deeply into Flutter & Dart and become an advanced developer
- Desktop/ Laptop
- Internet connectivity min 2 Mbps
- What is Flutter?
- The Anatomy of a Flutter App
- Course Resources
- Prerequisites for Flutter Development
- Overview of the Process
- Windows Setup
- Configuration of Flutter Development
- Creating a New Flutter
- Scaffolding a Flutter App
- Working with Assets in Flutter & the Pubspec file
- How to add app icons to IOS and Android Apps
- Business Card App
- Hot Reload and Hot Restart – Flutter Power Tools
- How to Use Container Widgets
- How to use Column & Row Widgets for Layout
- Flutter Layouts Challenge
- Tapping into Widget Properties
- Incorporating Custom Fonts in Your Flutter App
- Adding Material Icons with the Icon Widget
- Flutter Card & ListTile Widgets
- Building Apps with State
- Dicee – A Stateful Dice App
- Using the Expanded Widget to Create Flexible Layouts
- How to Use Intention Actions
- Adding Gesture Detection with Flutter Button Widgets
- Xylophone – A Simple Musical Instrument App
- What is Flutter & Dart Packages?
- How to Play Sound Across Platforms
- How to Play Multiple Sounds
- [Dart] Functions – Part 2
- Updating the UI of Our App
- [Dart] Functions – Part 3
- [Dart] Functions Challenge
- Refactoring Our App
- [Dart] Arrow Functions
- How to Use Flutter Themes
- How to Refactor Flutter Widgets
- [Dart] Final vs. Const
- Creating Custom Flutter Widgets
- The Gesture Detector Widget
- [Dart] Enums
- [Dart] Ternary Operator
- [Dart] Functions as First Order Objects
- The Flutter Slider Widget
- Customizing Widgets with Themes
- Composition vs. Inheritance – Building Flutter Widgets from Scratch
- Multi-Screen Apps Using Routes and Navigation
- Todoey – Your very own To-Do List App
- Designing the To-Do List App
- The ListView Challenge
- The BottomSheet Widget
- What is State and How do we Manage it?
- How do Callbacks work in Dart?
- The ListView Builder
- Lifting State Up Challenge
- Flutter App Architecture Patterns
- Introducing the Provider Package
- Using a Provider and a ChangeNotifier to Manage State
- Adding New To-Do List Tasks
- Checking off To-Do List Tasks
- Deleting Tasks using the Provider Design Pattern