Flutter Apprentice (Razeware LLC)
Friday, 09 July 2021

This book is for developers who are new to Flutter, and also developers that already have some experience with building apps for the iOS and Android platform. It introduces the Flutter development toolkit that can be used to build apps for iOS, Android and even web and desktop, all from a single codebase. The Raywenderlich Tutorial Team show how to create and deploy full-featured mobile apps to both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store.

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Author: Raywenderlich Tutorial Team
Publisher: Razeware LLC
Date: June 2021
Pages: 615
ISBN: 978-1950325115
Print: 1950325113
Audience: Mobile developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Phone/mobile

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Topics Covered:

 

  • Widgets: Use Flutter widgets to build modern mobile user interfaces.
  • Navigation: Navigate between multiple screens within a Flutter app, including using deep links.
  • Networking and Persistence: Fetch data from the network, parse the JSON response and cache data locally in a SQLite database.
  • State Management: Explore the all-important idea of state management in Flutter and learn about various state management techniques and tools.
  • Streams: Learn about Dart streams and how to use them in Flutter apps.
  • Deployment: Learn to prepare and deploy your app to mobile app stores.

 

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