Flutter Training in Surat

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Flutter is an open source mobile application development framework created by Google. By using Flutter, you can build both Android and iOS applications within single codebase. Flutter provides native build system for mobile application.

Flutter uses Dart as Programming Language. To build Android and iOS applications, you just need to learn single language Dart. Dart is easy to learn and has friendly syntax like another programming language. Anyone can adopt Dart as a primary language.

Flutter runs in the Dart virtual machine which features a just-in-time execution engine. A notable feature of the Dart platform is its support for “hot reload” where modifications to source files can be reflected into a running application. Flutter extends this with support for stateful hot reload, where in most cases changes to source code can be reflected immediately in the running app without requiring a restart or any loss of state. This feature as implemented in Flutter has received widespread praise.

Why Flutter?

  • Fast development
  • Expressive + Flexible UI
  • Native apps for Android and IOS
  • Hot Reload
  • High Performance
  • Using Dart as a Programming Language
  • Reduce the Third Parties
  • API. The Flutter API is very consistent
  • The customizable kit of Widgets

Flutter Course Content

Dart Language
  • Intro to Dart
  • Fundamentals of Dart
  • Control Structure & Looping
  • Functions in Detail
  • Object Oriented Programming (OOPs)
  • Exception Handling
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Abstraction
  • Functional Programming
  • Collection & Generics
  • Libraries
  • Asynchronous Programming
  • File Handling
Flutter Framework
  • Getting started with Flutter
  • Understanding and Establish Flutter Environment
  • Working with VS Code and Android Studio
  • Setting up Android Emulator & iOS Simulator
  • Create First App
  • Widget Tree
  • Understanding Flutter Project Directory Structure
  • Types of Layout Widgets
  • Assets Handling
  • Exploring pubspec.yaml file
  • Changing App Icon
  • Run App on Physical Device
  • Setup Custom Fonts
  • Working with Material Icons
  • Stateless and Stateful Widgets
  • Refactoring Stateless to Stateful Widgets
  • Working with External Packages
  • Customizing Theme and Widgets
  • Routes and Navigation
  • Working with ‘http’ module & API
  • Using ‘openweathermap’ API
  • Writing Platform Specific Code
  • Working with Forms and Validation
  • Customizing Keyboard Type
  • Adding Splash Screen
  • Passing data to new Screen
  • Working with JSON data
  • Database Interaction with SQLite
  • Perform CRUD operation using SQLite DB
  • Publish Apps on GitHub & Google Play Store

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