Flutter for Beginners (Packt Publishing)
Monday, 16 September 2019

Subtitled "An introductory guide to building cross-platform mobile applications with Flutter and Dart 2", this book introduces the Flutter framework and basics of Dart. Author Alessandro Biessek starts from the basics of designing the user interface and user input functions before exploring the navigator widget and how to add transitions between screens.The book also covers developing plugins and how to structure good plugin code. Examples show how to display a map from the Flutter app, add markers and interactions to it, and use the Google Places API.


Author: Alessandro Biessek
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: September 2019
Pages: 512
ISBN: 978-1788996082
Print: 1788996089
Kindle: B07X1YRFHX
Audience: Mobile developers
Level: Introductory
Category: Phone/mobile 

Topics covered:

  • Understand the fundamentals of the Dart programming language
  • Explore the core concepts of the Flutter UI and how it compiles for multiple platforms
  • Develop Flutter plugins and widgets and understand how to structure good plugin code
  • Style your apps with widgets and learn the difference between stateful and stateless widgets
  • Add animation to your UI using Flutter's AnimatedBuilder component
  • Integrate your native code into your Flutter codebase for native app performance



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