Getting Started With Flutter 1.0

Anoop Tomar

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39 Lessons (5h 47m)
    • 1. Introduction

      11:58
    • 2. Flutter Installation

      9:31
    • 3. Configure IDE

      13:13
    • 4. Dart: Getting Started With Dart Variables

      20:29
    • 5. Dart: Collection Types in Dart

      13:24
    • 6. Dart: Functions in Dart

      12:58
    • 7. Dart: Required Optional Named Parameters in a Function in Dart

      11:20
    • 8. Dart: Functions as Parameters and Anonymous Functions

      5:09
    • 9. Dart: Conditionals in Dart

      7:04
    • 10. Dart: Loops in Dart

      6:13
    • 11. Dart: Switch Statement in Dart

      5:14
    • 12. Dart: Try Catch Finally

      10:06
    • 13. Dart: Enumerations

      5:49
    • 14. Dart: Classes

      9:46
    • 15. Flutter: Material App & Scaffold

      15:14
    • 16. Flutter: Container, Center and Text Widgets

      4:55
    • 17. Flutter: Floating Action Button & Bottom Navigation Bar

      8:20
    • 18. Flutter: Row Widget and Expanded Widget

      8:00
    • 19. Flutter: Column and Padding Widget

      3:54
    • 20. Flitter Image App - Flickr with Flutter

      2:10
    • 21. Flitter App Creation

      2:42
    • 22. Flitter: Creating Material App

      18:25
    • 23. Flitter: JSON Data Download

      20:27
    • 24. Flitter: Display images in card

      20:47
    • 25. Flitter: Add Pull To Refresh

      11:38
    • 26. Flutter Calculator: Stateless vs Stateful

      4:36
    • 27. Flutter Calculator: Home Screen

      10:23
    • 28. Flutter Calculator: Input Fields

      12:06
    • 29. Flutter Calculator: Calculations

      5:57
    • 30. Flutter Calculator: Functions and Finishing the Calc

      5:00
    • 31. Flutter iMovie App Demo

      2:41
    • 32. IMovie App Creation

      6:52
    • 33. iMovie App: Getting JSON Data

      2:54
    • 34. iMovie App: Generating Model Classes

      5:33
    • 35. iMovie App: Creating Main App and Setting API Keys

      5:53
    • 36. iMovie App: Home Page

      13:59
    • 37. iMovie App: Downloading JSON

      11:57
    • 38. iMovie App: Movie Cell

      18:10
    • 39. iMovie App: Movie Detail and Wrap the App

      11:30

About This Class

Build apps for iOS and Android using Google Flutter but why stop there now Flutter can run on Desktop as well.

Flutter is modern way of developing cross platform apps for both Android and iOS. Flutter allows you to build beautiful native apps on iOS and Android from a single codebase. Well it doesn't end there Flutter can now run on Mac, Linux and Windows. Google's new Fuchsia OS's UI runs on Flutter. So if you learn this platform, you are not only learning to develop mobile apps but you are learning to develop on more than 6 different platforms with code that has single codebase. Sounds exciting then join me here to learn about Flutter.