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You'll get everything set up whether you are a complete beginner or an already experienced Flutter developer. I'll show you everything from installing Flutter SDK to configuring your code editor to become a productive development environment.
This is when you will get up to speed with the Dart programming language from the very basics to advanced features of the languages.
By the end of this week, you are fully going to understand how the Flutter framework operates. You will learn how to build user interfaces, manage the state of an app, deal with user input, navigate between pages, and more.
We will build a single app called "Randomizer" multiple times with different approaches, so that you are going to be ready for anything that comes your way in your Flutter career.
We're finally going to start building the main production-grade app this week - Repo Viewer. This is a complex GitHub client app with all the best practices applied.
In the third week, you're going to learn what's the best way to architect even the most complex apps and also how to properly begin working on a Flutter project (there's more to it than you may expect).
This week is all about authentication with a remote server using the industry-standard OAuth2 protocol. We're going to create a proper solution for signing into Flutter apps, including secure persistence of the tokens, so that the user doesn't have to sign in every time the app is launched.
Getting paginated data from the server, caching it locally, and showing it in the user interface - these are the things you're going to learn in the fourth week by displaying the starred GitHub repositories of the signed-in user.
We're going to create remote and local services that can deal with paginated data from a REST API, repositories, application layer classes, and lastly, we're going to connect this all up to a paginated list in the user interface.
More often than not, individual features of an app are very similar to each another, yet they're not completely identical. It's no small task to properly extract the duplicated code and create abstractions without messing up your existing codebase. This week is all about proper code duplication removal techniques.
You're also going to learn how to add a beautiful search functionality into the Repo Viewer app, so that the user can search for GitHub repositories.
Although Flutter changes the game when it comes to building user interfaces, sometimes you just have to display a classic HTML content in your app.
This will be also the case with our Repo Viewer where we need to show the README file of a GitHub repository. Among other things that need to happen for this to be possible, you're going to learn how to properly use a WebView.
You'll also learn how to consolidate data coming from multiple requests.
Internationalization (i18n) of apps is a must in the global app market. There are so many ways to add support for multiple languages that it's easy to get confused. You are going to learn how to do it the right way.
Flutter runs on all the different platforms from just a single Dart codebase. Sometimes though, you need to add a bit of a platform-specific functionality. You're going to learn how to write a plugin for Android, iOS and also for the web using the proper technique of creating a platform interface.