Flutter App Development

Flutter App

Flutter is Google's mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.

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Flutter - a framework developed by Google - allows you to learn one language (Dart) and build beautiful native mobile apps in no time. Flutter is a SDK providing the tooling to compile Dart code into native code and it also gives you a rich set of pre-built and pre-styled UI elements (so called widgets) which you can use to compose your user interfaces.


  • Basic programming language will help but is not a must-have
  • You can use either Windows, macOS or Linux for Android app development - iOS apps can only be built on macOS though
  • NO prior Flutter or Dart experience is required - this course starts at zero!
  • NO prior iOS or Android development experience is required

Target Audience

Our target audience is usually those who are already in the fields of marketing, professional managers in content and media fields, entrepreneurs of the business market who have a better understanding of how it works. However, we always encourage our aspiring students to do their best and develop the best position in the field of Flutter App Development. At the end of the course, we provide certificates which further increase our student's value in the marketplace.


Anybody who are beginners without programming knowledge interested in Flutter App Development can take this Training.

A Complete Guide to the Flutter SDK & Flutter Framework for building native iOS and Android apps.

What you'll learn

  • Build engaging native mobile apps for both Android and iOS
  • Use features like Google Maps, the device camera, authentication and much more!
  • Introduction
    • Understanding the Flutter Architecture
    • Flutter macOS Setup
    • macOS Development Environment
    • Flutter Windows Setup
    • Windows Development Environment
    • Flutter & Material Design
  • Diving Into the Basics & Understanding Widgets
    • Module Introduction
    • Creating a New Flutter Project
    • Exploring the Default Project Structure
    • Diving Into the "main.dart" File
    • Adding Cards & Images
    • Diving Into the Official Docs
    • Passing Data Up
  • Debugging Flutter Apps
    • Module Introduction
    • Fixing Syntax Errors
    • Understanding Runtime Errors & Runtime Messages
    • Dealing with Logical Errors
    • Using Breakpoints
    • Debugging the User Interface
    • More About Visual Helpers
  • Running the App on Different Devices
    • Testing Devices
    • How to Start the App
    • Testing a Real Android Device
    • Using the iOS Emulator & a Real Device
  • Navigation
    • Module Introduction
    • Adding Multiple Pages to our App
    • Adding Buttons
    • Implementing a Basic Navigation
    • Passing Data Around ("Pushing" the Page)
    • Passing Information Back ("Popping" the Page)
    • Adding Reactions Upon Button Pressing
    • Adding the Basic Authentication Page & Replacing Routes
    • Adding the Sidedrawer & the Hamburger Icon
    • Adding Alert Dialogs
  • Handling User Input
    • Saving User Input
    • Configuring Text Fields
    • Styling Text Fields
    • Fixing a Bug & Adding a Button
    • Using our Form to Create a New Product
    • Improving the Style of our Form
  • Flutter & HTTP
    • Understanding the Backend Setup
    • Sending a POST Request
    • Using the Response
    • Getting Data From a Server
    • Transforming & Extracting Response Data
    • Displaying a Loading Spinner
    • Fixing the Product Selection
    • Handling Error Responses
    • UGeneric Error Handling
    • Improving our Code
  • Authentication
    • How Authentication Works
    • Adding a "Confirm Password" Textfield
    • Handling Errors
    • Time for a Quick Recap Regarding our Code Structure
    • Adding Optimistic Updating to Store the Favorite Status
    • Fetching the Favorite Status

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