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  • Master Flutter for designing highly available, cost-efficient, and scalable applications.
  • Use the different feature of Flutter to make your applications more reliable with consistent performance.
  • Unified app development using Flutter's diverse tools and libraries.
  • Debug and improve the performance of your app using Flutter.
  • Use the BLoC Pattern as a state management solution.
  • Connect your application to a real database.

Flutter is quickly becoming a well-known framework for developing cross-platform apps for both Android and iOS devices. Apps made with Flutter are very fast because of their high rendering power and because Dart compiles the app into native ARM code.

This course shows you how to make your applications reliable with consistent performance. You'll build modern applications using the different features of Flutter. You will develop apps for both iOS and Android with just one codebase and learn how to connect your app to a database using Firebase. You will learn how to improve the performance of your applications, thus taking your skills to the next level.

By the end of this course, you will have mastered building your applications using Flutter.

All the code files for this course are present on Github at -

Style and Approach

The course supplies hands-on instructions, interesting and illustrative examples, and clear explanations for mastering Flutter. Useful tips and advice are provided to help you succeed and overcome obstacles.

  • Master Flutter for designing highly available, cost-efficient, and scalable applications
  • Build and manage applications with ease using the different Flutter features such as the BLoC architecture, RxDart, and StreamBuilder.
  • Master techniques for building your application in a reactive and efficient way in Flutter.
Course Length 2 hours 4 minutes
ISBN 9781789612981
Date Of Publication 29 Mar 2019


Robert Brunhage

Robert Brunhage works as a SharePoint Developer and has also have been working on Flutter. He creates Flutter tutorials on YouTube where he teaches people a new way of developing native experience applications, instead of having to develop for IOS and Android separately. He is constantly seeking to improve and help others improve. If he encounters a developmental problem, he tries to find a solution for it to then later teaches that solution to students. He finds that helping others improve brightens his day!