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FLUTTER: Do you dream of building sleek and engaging mobile applications that work flawlessly on both Android and iOS? Then Flutter, a revolutionary cross-platform app development framework, is your key!

Saksham's Flutter course equips you with the in-demand skills to:

  • Grasp the fundamentals: Learn the core concepts of Flutter, including Dart programming language, widgets, and state management.
  • Design interactive UI: Craft visually stunning and intuitive user interfaces using Flutter's powerful widget framework.
  • Build cross-platform apps: Develop native-looking apps that run seamlessly on both Android and iOS from a single codebase, saving time and resources.

Why Choose Flutter?

Here's why Flutter stands out in the mobile app development landscape:

  • Cross-Platform Advantage: Build apps for multiple platforms (Android & iOS) with a single codebase, increasing efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
  • Fast Development: Flutter's hot reload feature allows you to see code changes reflected instantly, streamlining the development process.
  • Beautiful UIs: Create visually appealing and engaging apps with Flutter's rich widget library and animation capabilities.
  • Growing Community: Benefit from a large and supportive Flutter community offering resources and assistance.

Saksham's Flutter course offers a comprehensive learning experience:

  • Expert-Led Video Lectures: Gain clarity with concise and engaging videos delivered by experienced instructors.
  • Interactive Exercises and Projects: Apply your knowledge through hands-on exercises and real-world projects, building practical skills and a portfolio.
  • Supportive Learning Community: Connect and collaborate with fellow learners and instructors in a friendly and encouraging environment.

Unlock the potential of Flutter with Saksham! By enrolling in this course, you'll gain the expertise and confidence to design and develop captivating mobile apps that can reach a wider audience across different platforms.

Start your Flutter development journey today with Saksham!

Course Overview

  • What is Dart..?
  • Dart Introduction
  • Basic Language requirement for Dart
the context of Flutter, an "environment" refers to the runtime environment or context in which a Flutter application runs.
  • Setting Up the Local Environment
  • Using the Text Editor
  • Installing the Dart SDK
  • IDE Support
The Dart SDK (Software Development Kit) installed on your machine.
  • Your First Dart Code
  • Execute a Dart Program
  • Dart Command-Line Options
  • Keywords in Dart
  • Comments in Dart
Dart allows you to define functions using the void keyword for functions that don't return a value, or you can specify the return type explicitly.
  • Data Types
  • Variables
  • Functions
  • Operators
  • Loops
  • Decision Making
  • Numbers
  • String
Dart, you can implement object-oriented programming (OOP) principles using classes, objects, inheritance, and other concepts.
  • Classes
  • Object
  • Inheritance
  • Interface
Dart, collections are used to store and manipulate groups of objects or values.
  • Lists
  • Map
  • Generics
  • Libraries & Packages
  • Learn to set up a new Flutter project using Android Studio.
  • Learn to incorporate Image and Text Widgets to create simple user interfaces.
  • Understand the Widget tree and learn to use pre-made Flutter Widgets for user interface design.
  • Run Flutter apps on iOS Simulator, Android Emulator and physical devices.
  • Learn to incorporate App Icons for iOS and Android.
  • Learn how to add and load image assets to Flutter projects.
Material Design for Android-style apps and Cupertino Design for iOS-style apps.
  • Use Hot Reload and Hot Restart to quickly refresh the app UI and understand when to use each.
  • Dependencies, custom assets and fonts.
  • An introduction to the Widget build() method.
  • Incorporating Material icons using the Icons class.
  • Learning to use layout widgets such as Columns, Rows, Containers and Cards.
  • Refactoring widgets by extracting them as separate Widget classes.
  • Customise apps with Theme widgets.
  • Learn to build multi-screen Flutter apps by learning about routes and the Navigator widget.
  • Create custom Flutter Widgets by combining smaller widgets .
  • Understand why flutter favours composition vs. inheritance when customising widgets.
Building apps with states in Flutter involves managing the state of your application's data and UI components.
  • Understand the difference between Stateful and Stateless
  • Understand the declarative style of UI programming and how Flutter widgets react to state changes.
  • Widgets and when they should each be used.
  • Build flexible layouts using the Flutter Expanded widget.
  • Understand how callbacks can be used detect user interaction in button widgets.
  • Learn to import dart libraries to incorporate additional functionality.
  • Understand the relationship between setState(), State objects and Stateful Widgets.
Flutter has a vibrant ecosystem of packages that offer a wide range of functionalities to enhance your app development process.
  • Learn to use the Dart package manager to incorporate Flutter compatible packages into your projects
  • Learn to refactor widgets and understand Flutter's philosophy of UI as code.
  • Incorporate the audioplayers package to play sound.
  • Learn more about functions in Dart and the arrow syntax.
Structuring Flutter apps is essential for maintaining code organization, readability, and scalability.
  • Learn about how lists and conditionals work in Dart.
  • Learn to use Dart Constructors to create customisable Flutter widgets.
  • Learn about classes and objects in Dart and how it apply to Flutter widgets.
  • Understand Object Oriented Dart and how to apply the fundamentals of OOP to restructuring a Flutter app.
  • Learn about structuring and organising Flutter apps
  • Apply common mobile design patterns to structure Flutter apps.
Flutter apps that require backend data, there are several approaches you can take depending on your specific requirements and preferences.
  • Using the http package to perform networking and get live data from open APIs.
  • Getting location data from both iOS and Android.
  • Understanding how to parse JSON data using the dart:convert library.
  • Flutter Database using SQLite
  • Use the TextField Widget to take user input.
  • Understand how to pass data backwards using the Navigator widget.
  • Understand how to pass data to State objects via the Stateful Widget.
Flutter apps with Firebase is a popular choice as Firebase provides a comprehensive set of backend services that seamlessly integrate with Flutter.
  • Flutter with firebase Authentication
  • Flutter with firebase Database
  • Flutter with cloud Storage
Dart is an open-source, general-purpose programming language developed by Google. It was first announced in 2011 and has since gained popularity, especially in the context of mobile and web development. Dart is designed to be easy to learn, with a syntax that is familiar to developers coming from languages like C, C++, and Java.
  • Dart Introduction
  • How to Install Dart
  • Basic Dart Program
  • Variable in Dart
  • DataType in Dart
  • Comments in Dart
  • Operator in Dart
  • User Input in Dart
  • String in Dart
In Dart, conditions and loops are fundamental control flow structures that allow you to make decisions based on certain conditions and repeat a block of code multiple times.
  • Loop in Dart
  • For Loop in Dart
  • For Each Loop in Dart
  • While Loop in Dart
  • Do While Loop in Dart
  • Switch Case in Dart
  • Exception Handling in Dart
  • Ternary Operator in Dart
  • Break and Continue in Dart
In Dart, collections are used to represent and manipulate groups of objects. Dart provides several built-in collection types that serve different purposes.
  • List in Dart
  • Set in Dart
  • Map in Dart
  • Where in Dart
In Dart, functions are blocks of reusable code that perform a specific task. Dart supports both named and anonymous functions, as well as first-class functions, which means you can pass functions as arguments to other functions and return them as values.
  • Function in Dart
  • Function Type
  • Parameter in Function
  • Anonymous Function
  • Arrow Function
  • Math in Dart
  • Scope in Dart
In Dart, file handling involves reading from and writing to files on the system. Dart provides a dart: io library for working with files and directories.
  • Read Operation
  • Write Operation
  • Delete Operation
Dart is an object-oriented programming (OOP) language, which means it follows the principles of object-oriented design and programming. Object-oriented programming is a paradigm that organizes code into reusable, self-contained objects, each of which represents an instance of a class.
  • Class in Dart
  • Object in Dart
  • Constructor in Dart
  • Default Constructor in Dart
  • Parameterized Constuctor in Dart
  • Named Constructor
  • Encapsulation
  • Getter and Setter in Dart
  • Inheritance in Dart
  • Super Keyword in Dart
  • Static in Dart
  • Abstract Class in Dart
  • Polymorphism in Dart
  • Interface in Dart
  • Mixin in Dart
  • Generics in Dart
n Flutter, widgets are the fundamental building blocks for creating user interfaces. Everything in Flutter is a widget, from the smallest visual element to the entire application itself. Widgets are used to construct the UI hierarchy, and they are arranged in a tree structure, with each widget having its own properties, children, and behavior. Understanding Flutter's widget system is essential for building robust and dynamic user interfaces.
  • Container Widget
  • Scaffold Widget
  • MaterialApp Class
  • Drawer Widget
  • AppBar Widget
  • RichText Widget
  • Row & Column Widget
  • Text Widget
  • TextField Widget
  • Elevated Button Widget
  • Stack Widget
  • Forms Widgets
  • Alert Dialog Widget
  • Icons Widgets
  • Images Widgets
  • Card Widgets
  • TabBar Widgets
  • Toast Widgets
  • SnackBar Widgets
  • Slider Widgets
n Flutter, animations are a crucial aspect of creating engaging and dynamic user interfaces. Flutter provides a rich set of tools and widgets for creating animations, making it relatively straightforward to implement various types of animations.
  • Lottie Animation
  • Hinge Animation
  • Radial Hero Animation
  • Route Transition Animation
  • UI Orientation
  • Lazy Loader
  • Themes
  • Skeleton Text
  • Fonts Animation
Routing and navigation are crucial aspects of mobile app development, allowing users to navigate between different screens or pages within an application. In Flutter, navigation is achieved using the Navigator class and related widgets.
  • URLs in Flutter
  • Navigator and Routes in Flutter
  • Web Sockets in Flutter
  • Named Routes in Flutter
  • Named Route Argument
  • MultiPage App
  • CRUD Opertion on The Internet
  • Sending Data To Internet
  • Send Data To Screen
Advanced Flutter development involves mastering more complex topics and techniques to build sophisticated and high-performance applications.
  • Specific Code For Different Plateform
  • Mail and Sms
  • Making Calls
  • Speed Dial in Flutter
  • Packages
  • Google Maps
  • Payment
  • Slivers
  • Ads by Google Admob
In Kotlin, multithreading is the concurrent execution of multiple threads, allowing parallel processing and efficient utilization of resources. Kotlin provides several mechanisms for working with multithreading, and it builds upon the Java concurrency model.
  • MultiThreading in Kotlin
  • Types Of Threading
  • What is Threading
  • How to use Threading Concept in App
  • Manage Thread