Dart and Flutter: The Complete Developer’s Guide

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Categories: Flutter

Language : ENG Duration : 31:11:57 Videos : 397 Author : Udemy

If you’re tired of spinning your wheels learning Swift or Android, this is the course for you. Animations? You will learn it.  Architectural Patterns? Included.  Navigation? Of course! Flutter is a newcomer to the mobile development scene.  Strongly supported by Google, it is already viewed as an ideal platform for replacing native Swift and Android development.  Thanks to its amazing standard library of widgets, fast compile times, and amazing documentation, developers are falling in love with Flutter! Flutter apps are created using the language Dart.  No problem if you’re not already familiar with Dart; this course includes a lightning fast introduction to Dart at the beginning, along with hours of bonus lectures at the end of the course solely focused on Dart and its advanced features.  If you come from a background working with Java, Ruby, or Javascript, you’ll feel right at home with Dart – the syntax is nearly identical, only a few core concepts need to be learned.  Dart is a strongly typed language – but don’t be discouraged if you’re not a fan of strong types!  I spend special time in this course to make it extra clear why developing with a strongly typed language is a breeze! One of the greatest challenges around developing Flutter applications right now is understanding how to design and architect apps.  Flutter is still in rapid development, and the community at large is still trying to find out the best techniques.  With this in mind, special attention is paid in the course to making sure you understand the primary design patterns advocated by Google’s Flutter team, including both the ‘Stateful Widget’ pattern and the ‘BLOC’ pattern.  The ‘BLOC’ pattern makes heavy use of Reactive Programming techniques, which you’ll learn about in this course as well.  These techniques can be easily applied to other languages and frameworks as well – talk about a bonus!
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