Practical Flutter (Apress)
Monday, 12 August 2019

Subtitled "Improve your Mobile Development with Google’s Latest Open-Source SDK", this book explores what Flutter has to offer, where it came from, and where it’s going. Author Frank Zammetti shows how to develop applications for Android and iOS, as well as Google Fuchsia. The book works through creating three apps (a personal information manager, a chat system, and a game project) that can be installed on a mobile devices and uses for real.



Author: Frank Zammetti
Publisher: Apress
Date: July 2019
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1484249710
Print: 1484249712
Kindle: B07VJ7FDN5
Audience: Mobile developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Phone/mobile

Topics covered:

  • Get a Flutter project started and logically structure it
  • Use the interface elements Flutter provides, such as widgets, controls, and extensions
  • Build layouts using interface elements
  • Use available tooling, specifically Android Studio
  • Make use of server-side development and connect a Flutter app to a server back-end.



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