Learn Dart (fully updated to Dart 2.12) programming in depth from an actual Google Developer Expert. This is the only Dart tutorial + projects course you need to learn Dart and build real-world applications from scratch. Go from Zero To Dart Mastery.
What you'll learn
- ✓Learn Dart in-depth, all the way from beginner to advanced topics
- ✓Fundamental concepts in programming: variables, types, control flow, collections, functions, classes, asynchronous programming & more
- ✓How to write command line apps with Dart
- ✓How to write clear and effective code using best practices
- ✓Everything needed to understand Flutter, Angular Dart, and Dart on Backend
Course DetailsWe guarantee you that this is the most comprehensive and up-to-date Dart tutorial + projects course that you can find. You will learn Dart from scratch, build your own real-world apps and become a confident developer in 2021!
Dart is the programming language behind Flutter: Google's UI toolkit for building beautiful and fast native apps for iOS, Android, web and beyond. With Dart, you can build Flutter apps across all these different platforms with a single codebase.
According to GitHub, Dart was the fastest growing programming language in 2019, making it a very valuable language to learn.
Since the introduction of Flutter by Google and adoption of major companies like Alibaba, Dart/Flutter have exploded in popularity among mobile developers as an alternative to React Native.
Why learn Dart with us? The results speak for themselves. Graduates of Zero To Mastery are now working at Google, Tesla, Amazon, Apple, IBM, JP Morgan, Facebook, Shopify + other top tech companies. This could be you.
By enrolling today, you’ll also get to join our exclusive live online community classroom to learn alongside thousands of students, alumni, mentors, TAs and Instructors. Most importantly, you will be learning from an industry expert that has actual real-world experience working with Dart and Flutter and building large-scale mobile apps.
As a Google Developer Expert for Dart and Flutter, I'll teach you everything you need to know about Dart, even if you've never written a single line of code before.
This course is perfect for absolute beginners but it goes well beyond the basics. You'll also learn many advanced topics with clear diagrams and explanations.
Why is this important?
To create your own Flutter apps, you’ll use the Dart language every single day. If you want to go beyond simple apps, you must know and understand Dart well.
This course will give you the foundation you need to build complex Flutter apps by covering the more advanced Dart features. More importantly, you want just learn by watching me code, you will learn hands-on with multiple exercises and projects to practice and re-enforce what you're learning so that you can build projects of your own.
Here is what this Dart course will cover to take you from Zero to Dart Mastery:The course follows a carefully designed structure and guides you through all these topics:
- Dart Basics
- Dart Type System
- Control Flow
- Project: Build a Command Line App
- Project: Data Processing in Dart
- Null Safety
- Functions: Basics
- Functions: Advanced
- Classes: Basics
- Classes: Advanced
- Project: Simple eCommerce
- Mixins and Extensions
- Error Handling & Exceptions
- Asynchronous Programming
- Project: Weather App
This course is a step-by-step guide that can teach you from scratch but also easy to use as a reference to explore specific topics in depth.
If you're new to Dart and programming in general, this is a great place to start. Come join us and follow the course from beginning to end.
Or if you already have some experience and you want to fill some gaps in your knowledge, you can jump right into the sections that are most relevant.
The course also comes with a complete GitHub page which includes:
- A complete list of all the course lessons, so that you can more easily find the content you need
- All the course exercises, along with their solutions
- All the course projects
This course is not about making you just code along without understanding the principles so that when you are done with the course you don’t know what to do other than watch another tutorial... No!