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App Development

The number of businesses that build Android apps every year is highly increasing. To offer end users a native mobile experience on smartphones, mobile apps play the most significant part.

Is Mobile App Development Worth It?

Mobile app development is worth learning because of the many benefits that come with it. Mobile applications are used all over the world for various activities such as communication, entertainment, socialization, Education, Shopping, Travel, Music, sports, finance, and more.

Mobile applications are great products that bring in millions in revenues for many companies. In 2020, global revenue from mobile apps increased to over 318 billion U.S. dollars. By 2025, these revenues are expected to reach 613 billion U.S. dollars.

These estimations show how huge the mobile industry is and it continues to grow. Being part of this growth is certainly worth it.

Is Flutter developer a good career?

As per Statista’s report, approximately 42% of software developers worldwide used Flutter in 2021. The number is only set to increase, thanks to this SDK having extraordinary opportunities in cross-platform development. Thus, if you’re deciding to hire a Flutter developer, you’re definitely on the right track.

App Development


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What is covered in a App development course?

Android App Development

  • What is Android?
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  • History of Android
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  • Versions/Flavors of Android
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  • What is IDE?
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  • Setting Up Android Studio on System (Windows)
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  • Setting Up Android Studio on System (Mac OS)
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  • Setting Up Android Studio on System (Linux)
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  • Front-End and Back-End Languages (Java/Kotlin, XML)
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  • Running App Process (ADB & AVD)
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  • The Extension .apk
  • Creating First Android Studio Project
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  • Knowing the Android Studio
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  • Creating Android Virtual Device
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  • Executing Project on Android Screen (AVD)
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  • Executing Project on Android Screen (ADB)
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  • Debugging Android Apps (Logcat, Toast, Breakpoints, Error Resolving)
  • Introduction to XML
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  • How to design layouts in Android apps by writing XML code?
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  • How to design Views in Android apps?
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  • How to design in Android apps using Drag and Drop?
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  • Constraint Layout
  • Introduction to Kotlin
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  • Setting up Kotlin
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  • Classes in Kotlin
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  • First Program in Kotlin (Hello World!)
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  • Variable & Types
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  • Val & Var
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  • Methods in Kotlin
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  • Conditional Statements (if, if else, if else if else, and when)
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  • For and For Each Loop
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  • While and Do While
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  • Triple, Pair
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  • Creating Objects from Classes
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  • Constructors
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  • Custom Constructors
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  • Companion Object
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  • Inheritance
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  • Super and This Keywords
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  • Interface in Programming
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  • Abstraction in Programming
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  • Enum in Programming
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  • Generics
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  • Lambdas
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  • Higher-Order Functions
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  • Delegation
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  • Scope Functions
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  • Collections
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  • Lists
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  • Nullability with Kotlin
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  • Learning the Basic Syntax
  • Android Architecture
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  • Android Components
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  • Activity Lifecycle
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  • Stages of the activity lifecycle
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  • Creating First Android App (BMI)
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  • Making Tic-Tac-Toe
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  • Intent Passing
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  • Bundle Passing
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  • Making a Splash Screen
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  • Making Calls, Dailing, Sending Mails & Sharing App Installation Link
  • Animations in Android
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  • Custom Animations (Lottie) with Third-Party Library Inclusion
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  • Toast
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  • ListView, Spinner & AutoCompleteTextView
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  • Styles and Themes
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  • Making App Universal (Screen Compatible)
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  • Material UI (Card View)
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  • Recycler View
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  • Alert Dialogs
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  • Adding/Deleting and Updating Items in Recycler View
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  • Animating the items of Recycler View
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  • Creating your own toolbar (Custom Toolbar)
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  • Creating your own Drawable (Custom Drawable)
  • Introducing Fragments and FrameLayout
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  • Jetpack Navigation Component
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  • Using the Navigation Graph
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  • Tab Layout
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  • Bottom Navigation View
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  • Navigation Drawer
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  • Data Passing in Fragment
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  • Managing Fragment backstack
  • Introduction to MVVM
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  • Add a ViewModel
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  • Move data to the ViewModel
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  • The lifecycle of a ViewModel
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  • MVVM Architecture – Quiz
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  • What is Livedata?
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  • Attach observer to the LiveData object
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  • Data Binding
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  • Use LiveData with data binding
  • Custom Toast
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  • Logcat
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  • Customizing Dialog
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  • Status Bar Notifications
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  • Customizing Notifications
  • Introduction to Coroutines
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  • Coroutines in Kotlin
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  • Introduction to Dynamic Apps
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  • Receiving HTTP Response (JSON)
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  • What is JSON Response
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  • Parsing Response
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  • Introduction to Dynamic Apps – Quiz
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  • Parsing Response (POST API)
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  • Parse the JSON response with Moshi
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  • WebView
  • Bundle Passing
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  • Shared Preferences
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  • Database
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  • Introducing SQLite
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  • SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database
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  • Opening and closing a database
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  • Inserting Data in the database (Insert)
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  • Fetching Data from a database (Select)
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  • Working with cursors updates, and deletes
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  • Database Room Library (Daily Expense App)
  • Implementing Google Maps
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  • Map Overlays
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  • Geocoder
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  • Using Runtime Permission DialogBox for Risky Permission
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  • Using GPS to get the current location
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  • Integrating GPS with Map
  • Taking pictures
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  • Getting Pictures from Camera to App
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  • Getting Pictures from Gallery to App
  • Media Player (Audio)
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  • Video View
  • How do Sensors work?
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  • Accelerometer Sensor and its Applications
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  • Proximity Sensor and its Applications
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  • Ambient Light Sensor and its Applications
  • Overview of services and their Lifecycle in Android
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  • Implementing a Service
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  • Alarm Manager
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  • Download Manager
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  • WorkManager
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  • Manager in Android – Quiz
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  • Sending & Receiving messages
  • Introduction
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  • Creating a Firebase Project on Console
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  • Cloud Messaging (Push Notifications)
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  • Firestore (Realtime Database)
  • What are Ads?
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  • Implementing Banner Ads
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  • Implementing Interstitial Ads
  • What is Playstore?
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  • Creating Signed .apk
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  • Going live on Playstore
  • Building a Calculator App
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  • Tip Calculator
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  • Words App
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  • Guess the Word
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  • Dice Roller
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  • Building a Notes App (using Room Library)
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  • Music Player

Flutter App Development

  • What is Flutter?
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  • Flutter Architecture
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  • How are Flutter and Dart code Compiled to Native Apps?
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  • Flutter Versions
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  • macOS Setup
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  • macOS Development Environment
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  • Windows Setup
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  • Windows Development Environment
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  • Flutter & Material Design
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  • Flutter Alternatives
  • Creating a New Project in Flutter
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  • Overview of Generated Files & Folders
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  • Fundamentals of Dart
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  • Building an App from Scratch
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  • Running the App on an Emulator
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  • Class Constructors & Named Arguments
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  • First Summary & Additional Syntax
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  • Building a Widget Tree
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  • Visible (Input/Output) & Invisible (Layout/Control) Widgets
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  • Adding Layout Widgets
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  • Widget Basics
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  • Connecting Functions & Buttons
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  • Anonymous Functions
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  • Updating Widget Data (Or: Using StatelessWidget Incorrectly)
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  • Understanding Lists
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  • Updating Correctly with Stateful Widgets
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  • Stateful & Stateless Widgets
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  • Using Private Properties
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  • Creating a New and Custom Widget
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  • First Styling & Layout Steps
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  • Enums & Multiple Constructors
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  • Passing Callback Functions Around
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  • Introducing Maps
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  • Mapping Lists to Widgets
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  • final vs const in Flutter
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  • Advanced Flutter & Dart
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  • Introducing “if” Statements
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  • “if” Statements
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  • “null” Value
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  • Outputting Widgets Conditionally
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  • Splitting the App into Widgets
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  • Calculating a Total Score
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  • Getters & “else-if”
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  • Resetting the Quiz
  • Module Introduction
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  • How to Run App on a Real Android Device?
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  • Running the App on an iOS Emulator
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  • How to Run App on a Real iOS Device?
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  • Using and Working with Emulators
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  • Understanding Error Messages and Fixing Errors
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  • Using Debugger
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  • Getting Started with the Dart DevTools
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  • Wrapping up the Dart DevTools
  • Introduction
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  • An Overview of the Core Flutter Widgets
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  • Combining Widgets
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  • Understanding Column Alignment
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  • Rows and Columns
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  • Not a Widget: How to Add Transaction Model & Transaction Data?
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  • Mapping Data into Widgets
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  • Building a Custom List Item
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  • Styling a Container
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  • Styling Text
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  • Styling Time!
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  • Containers vs Columns Vs Rows
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  • Using String Interpolation
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  • Installing External Packages & Formatting Dates
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  • DateFormat Patterns
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  • Adding Text Input Widgets (TextField)
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  • Fetching User Input
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  • Splitting the App into Widgets
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  • Connecting Widgets & Managing Data/State
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  • Adding User Transactions to the List
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  • Making the List Scrollable
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  • Working with ListViews
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  • Lists, Scrolling & Text Input
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  • Further Input & Output Styling and Configuration
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  • Adding AppBar Buttons & Floating Action Buttons
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  • Showing a Modal Bottom Sheet
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  • Improving & Styling the Modal Bottom Sheet
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  • Configuring & Using Themes
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  • Custom Fonts & Working with Text Themes
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  • Theming
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  • Adding Images to the App
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  • Planning the Chart Widget
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  • Looping Through Lists
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  • More on “for” Loops
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  • Deriving Recent Transactions
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  • Creating Bars for our Chart
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  • Populating the Chart with Values
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  • Finishing the Chart Bars
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  • Flexible & Expanded: Deep Dive
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  • Adding a ListTile Widget
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  • Improving the Overall Chart
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  • Getting Started with Date Selection
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  • Showing a DatePicker
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  • Adding Transactions with a Date
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  • Deleting Transactions & Using IconButtons
  • Introduction
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  • What do “Responsive” and “Adaptive” Mean?
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  • Calculating Sizes Dynamically
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  • Working with the “textScaleFactor”
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  • Using LayoutBuilder Widget
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  • Responsiveness
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  • Controlling the Device Orientation
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  • Rendering Alternative Landscape Content
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  • Finishing Landscape Mode
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  • Showing Different Content Based on Device Orientation
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  • Respecting the Softkeyboard Insets
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  • Using the Device Size in Conditions
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  • Managing the MediaQuery Object
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  • Checking the Device Platform
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  • Using Cupertino (iOS) Widgets
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  • Using the SafeArea
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  • More Cupertino Styles
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  • Using Cupertino Buttons
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  • Creating Custom Adaptive Widgets
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  • Adaptive Widgets
  • The Problem at Hand
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  • What, Why, and How of Widget Tree & Element Tree
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  • How Flutter Rebuilds & Repaints the Screen?
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  • How Flutter Executes build ()?
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  • Using “const” Widgets & Constructors
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  • Widgets, Elements, build ()
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  • Writing Good Code
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  • Extracting Widgets
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  • Using Builder Methods
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  • Understanding the Widget Lifecycle
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  • Calling super.initState() etc.
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  • Understanding the App Lifecycle
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  • Understanding Context
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  • A Problem with Lists & Stateful Widgets
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  • Understanding the Problem Root
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  • Using Keys
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  • Keys, Lists, Stateful Widgets
  • Introduction
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  • Planning the App Development
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  • Starting with The App- Adding Base Data
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  • Creating a Grid & Working with Linear Gradients
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  • Registering a Screen as the Main Screen
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  • Styling & Theming
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  • Navigating to a New Page
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  • Passing Data via the Constructor
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  • How to Use Named Routes?
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  • Screens & Navigation
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  • Diving Deeper into Named Routes
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  • Adding a Meal Model & Data
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  • Selecting Meals for a Chosen Category
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  • Displaying Recipe Items & Using Network Images
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  • Finishing the Meal List Item
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  • Navigating to the Meal Detail Page
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  • onGenerateRoute & onUnknownRoute
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  • Finishing the Meal Detail Page
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  • Adding a TabBar to the Appbar
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  • Adding a Bottom TabBar
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  • Adding a Custom Drawer
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  • Adding Links to the Drawer
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  • Tabs & Drawers
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  • Replacing Pages (Instead of Pushing)
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  • Popping Pages & Passing Data Back
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  • Replacing, Popping & Data
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  • Adding Filter Switches
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  • Adding Filtering Logic
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  • Adding a “Mark as Favorite” Feature
  • Module Introduction
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  • Planning the App
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  • Defining a Data Model
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  • Working on the “Products” Grid & Item Widgets
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  • Styling and Theming the App
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  • Adding Navigation to the App
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  • What are ‘State’ and ‘State Management’?
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  • Why Use State Management?
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  • Understanding the “Provider” Package & Approach
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  • Working with Providers & Listeners
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  • Inheritance (“extends”) vs Mixins (“with”)
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  • Providing non-Objects
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  • Listening in Different Places and Ways
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  • State, State Management, and The Provider Package/Approach
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  • Using Nested Models & Providers
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  • Exploring Alternative Provider Syntaxes
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  • Using “Consumer” instead of “Provider.of”
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  • Local State vs App-wide State
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  • Adding Shopping Cart Data
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  • More on State Management & The Provider Package
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  • Working with Multiple Providers
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  • Connecting the Cart Provider
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  • Work Cart & Showing Total
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  • Displaying a List of Cart Items
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  • Making Cart Items Dismissible
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  • Adding Product Detail Data
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  • Providing an Orders Object
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  • Adding Orders
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  • Adding an Orders Screen
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  • Using a Side Drawer
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  • Making Orders Expandable & Stateful Widgets vs Providers
  • Module Introduction
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  • Showing Alert Dialogs
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  • Adding a “Manage Products” Page
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  • “Edit Product” Screen & A Problem
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  • Using Forms & Working with Form Inputs
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  • ListView or Column
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  • Managing Form Input Focus
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  • Multiline Inputs & Disposing Objects
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  • Adding an Image Preview
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  • Image Input & Image Preview
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  • Submitting Forms
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  • Validating User Input
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  • Adding Validation to All Inputs
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  • Saving New Products
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  • Time to Update Products!
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  • Allowing Users to Delete Products
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  • Wrap Up
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  • Useful Resources & Links
  • Module Introduction
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  • On-Device vs Web Storage
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  • How to Connect Flutter to Database?
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  • Backend Development
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  • How to Send HTTP Requests?
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  • Sending POST Requests
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  • Working with Futures in Dart
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  • Futures & Async Code
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  • HTTP Requests & Futures
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  • Showing a Loading Indicator
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  • Handling Errors Gracefully
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  • Working with “async” & “await”
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  • Fetching Data, initState & “of(context)”
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  • How to Transform Fetched Data?
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  • Implementing Pull-to-Refresh
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  • Updating Data via PATCH Requests
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  • Utilizing Optimistic Updating
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  • Creating Custom Exceptions & More Error Handling
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  • Updating the “Favorite” Status Optimistically
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  • Storing Orders in the Web
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  • Fetching Orders & Fixing an Issue
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  • Using the “FutureBuilder” Widget & Improving the Code
  • How does Authentication work?
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  • Backend Development
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  • How to Add Auth Screen?
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  • How to Add User Signup?
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  • Enabling Signup and Log In
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  • How to Manage Authentication Errors?
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  • How to Manage Auth Token Locally?
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  • How to use ProxyProvider and Connect Token to HTTP Requests?
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  • How to Add Token to Requests?
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  • Connecting the “Favorite” Status to Users
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  • Attaching Products to Users & Filtering by Creator
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  • Attaching Orders to Users
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  • Adding a Logout Functionality
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  • Automatically Logging Users Out (After Some Time)
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  • Automatically Logging Users In
  • Animations from Scratch (Completely Manually Controlled)
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  • Using the “AnimatedBuilder” Widget
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  • Working with the “AnimatedContainer”
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  • Transition Widgets and Built-in Animation
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  • How to Fade Loaded Images and Show a Placeholder
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  • Adding a “Hero” Transition
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  • Working with Slivers
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  • Practice: Animating Order Boxes
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  • A Fix for the Latest Version of Flutter
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  • Implementing Custom Route Transitions
  • Planning the App
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  • PlaceList & Place Provider Setup
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  • How to Add the “Add Place” Screen & An Image Input
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  • Using Image Picker & The Device Camera
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  • How to Store the Image on the Filesystem (on the Device)?
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  • How to Manage Data & Images via the Provider Package?
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  • Handling Errors
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  • Testing on Real Devices
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  • Preparing SQLite
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  • Storing & Fetching Data with SQLite
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  • Adding a Location Input & The “location” Package
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  • Fetching the User Coordinates
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  • Displaying a Static Map Snapshot
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  • Rendering a Dynamic Map (via Google Maps)
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  • How to Enable Users to Choose a Location on Map?
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  • How to Store Location in SQLite?
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  • How to Add a “Place Detail” Screen & Opening the Map in “readonly” Mode?

 

  • What is Firebase?
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  • How to Create a New App?
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  • Starting with Firebase
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  • Versions of Flutter Firebase
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  • Starting With Flutter & Firebase SDK
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  • How to Add “GoogleServices-Info.plist” to iOS?
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  • How to Render Stream Data with StreamBuilder?
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  • How to Add Data?
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  • Simple Authentication Screen
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  • How to Add an App Theme?
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  • How to Create an Authentication Form?
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  • How to Connect Auth Form & Auth Screen?
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  • How to Add firebase_auth Package?
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  • How to Implement Authentication?
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  • Storing Extra User Data
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  • Finishing Authentication & Logout
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  • How to Add Firebase Security Rules?
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  • Listening to Chat Messages
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  • How to Send & Order Chat Messages?
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  • How to Create a Basic Chat Bubble Widget?
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  • Improving the Chat Bubbles
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  • Testing on Multiple Devices
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  • Displaying User Names
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  • ImagePicker: Latest Version
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  • Adding an Image Picker
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  • How to Prepare File Upload & Validate Images?
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  • How to Upload Images?
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  • Enhancing Image Upload
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  • Running on a Real iOS Device
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  • Displaying User Images
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  • Working of Push Notifications
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  • What is Firebase Cloud Messaging?
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  • Android Push Notifications
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  • iOS Push Notifications
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  • Handling Push Notifications
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  • Getting Started with Firebase Cloud Functions
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  • Setting a Firestore Trigger
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  • Sending Automated Push Notifications
  • Fundamentals
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  • Using the Project Setup in Proper Way
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  • Sending a Method Call from Flutter
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  • Running Android Code
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  • Running iOS Code
  • Introduction
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  • Writing the Code
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  • App Configuration Preparation
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  • Third-Party Services Preparation
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  • How to Add Icons & Splash Screens?
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  • How to Publish an Android App on Google Play Store?
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  • How to Publish an iOS App on App Store?
  • Creating Your Resume
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  • Preparation for Flutter Developer Interview
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  • Top Flutter Interview Questions & Answers
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  • Learning New Topics (Latest Custom Topics)

Why LOCAS is The Best App Development Training Institute in Ludhiana?

Training by Pro Web Developers

The full App Development course in ludhiana is covered by an experienced App developer who has more than a decade of experience in the field.

Latest & Well-Structured Curriculum

The entire App Development Course syllabus is well-structured and set according to the latest trends. You will master modern app development techniques.

Intensive Classroom Training

To offer the best learning experience, our App development classes in Ludhiana are digitized, distraction-free, and enable 1:1 personal interaction with the trainer.

Fully Practical-Oriented

A mobile app landing page is the important and essentials amount product. our mission is to prepare learners for the skills of today and tomorrow, and pave the way for a successful career path.

Internship and Job Assistance

Once you complete the training with us, you get assistance in both internship and placement. We arrange your interviews with top companies hiring App Developers.

Professional Certification

Upon completion of App development training in ludhiana, you will get a professional certificate which helps you show your expertise and find promising career opportunities.

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    Android application development is the process or skill of creating apps that run on Android devices. The development involves the use of a Software Development Kit (SDK), Android programming languages like Java and Kotlin, and obviously the right skills.

    Flutter is an open-source user interface (UI) framework used for developing cross-platform applications for almost any device. Built by Google, Flutter helps developers to write the code for an app once, then deploy the same code for multiple operating systems.

    It means that a single app codebase will work for multiple operating systems, including Android, iOS, web, desktop, and embedded apps.

    The Flutter course duration is 60 days (2 months).

    Yes. This is a completely practical-oriented and skill-based course with hands-on real mobile applications.

    Dart is a programming language used to develop multi-platform apps using Flutter. On the other hand, Flutter is a user interface framework that facilitates a software development kit to enable cross-platform app development.

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