Flutter SDK Tutorial – JSON Storage (App Development)

In this tutorial, I guide you through using JSON files to store data locally and how to work with them in Flutter. You’ll learn how to create new JSON files locally on your device, how to write to the JSON file, how to read the JSON file and how to encode Dart maps to JSON objects and decode JSON objects to Dart maps.

Github repo (for this project): https://github.com/bramvbilsen/Flutter-JSON-Storage-Tutorial

Introduction to Flutter: https://youtu.be/CEPCGXQ7IQg

NOTE: I’m using the android simulator, but you can simply open an iPhone simulator to run the same code!

Be sure to ask for help in the comments if you need any help. Suggestions for future Flutter tutorials are also very welcome! 😀

Flutter is an SDK owned by Google to create applications for Android and iOS using a single codebase. Flutter uses the Dart programming language (also owned by Google). Flutter was in alpha when I released this video, so things might still change a bit. But the SDK is already mature enough to write some cool production apps!

Flutter SDK Tutorial – Stateless Widgets! (App Development)

In this tutorial, I guide you through coding a material design application for both iOS and Android by using stateless widgets with Flutter SDK.

Hello World Tutorial: https://youtu.be/CEPCGXQ7IQg

All the code can be found in the github repo: https://github.com/bramvbilsen/Flutter-Stateless-Widgets-Tutorial
Material icons: https://material.io/icons/

NOTE: I’m using the android simulator, but you can simply open an iPhone simulator to run the same code!

Be sure to ask for help in the comments if you need any help. Suggestions for future Flutter tutorials are also very welcome! 😀

Flutter is an SDK owned by Google to create applications for Android and iOS using a single codebase. Flutter uses the Dart programming language (also owned by Google). Flutter was in alpha when I released this video, so things might still change a bit. But the SDK is already mature enough to write some cool apps!

Channel: Bram Vanbilsen
Published: 2017-05-20 19:36:01
Duration: 25M9S
Views: 4306
Likes: 74
Favorites: 0

Kasper Lund: Flutter – The best way to build for mobile? [DevFest CZ 2017]

Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_249icEDgU7GsRQNsHHGhGjTWPseVNyxPyuH0vEJl2Y/edit#slide=id.g2700812471_0_0

Want a more productive way to build for mobile? Flutter is an SDK for building high-performance, high-fidelity, apps for iOS and Android, from a single code-base. Flutter delivers a great developer experience in part because it is based on Dart, which allows you to build your cross-platform mobile apps in an approachable and analyzable language with sub-second edit-and-continue support baked in. Come see what makes Flutter special and learn how you can become a more productive mobile developer.

Channel: DevFest CZ
Published: 2017-11-16 14:34:51
Duration: 49M18S
Views: 868
Likes: 18
Favorites: 0

Flutter SDK Tutorial – Buttons & Stateful Widgets! (App Development)

In this tutorial, I guide you through coding a material design application for both iOS and Android by using stateful widgets and buttons with Flutter SDK.

Hello World Tutorial: https://youtu.be/CEPCGXQ7IQg

All the code can be found in the github repo: https://github.com/bramvbilsen/Flutter-Buttons-and-Stateful-Widgets-Tutorial
Material icons: https://material.io/icons/

NOTE: I’m using the android simulator, but you can simply open an iPhone simulator to run the same code!

Be sure to ask for help in the comments if you need any help. Suggestions for future Flutter tutorials are also very welcome! 😀

Flutter is an SDK owned by Google to create applications for Android and iOS using a single codebase. Flutter uses the Dart programming language (also owned by Google). Flutter was in alpha when I released this video, so things might still change a bit. But the SDK is already mature enough to write some cool apps!

Channel: Bram Vanbilsen
Published: 2017-05-21 21:18:40
Duration: 18M22S
Views: 2442
Likes: 68
Favorites: 0

Flutter SDK Tutorial – Listview with JSON or List data (App Development)

In this tutorial, I guide you through making an application which has a listview with data from a JSON file or a List variable.

Video about making the HTTP Request and using REST APIs: https://youtu.be/-PRrdG163to

Github repo (for this project): https://github.com/bramvbilsen/Flutter-Listview-Tutorial

Github repo (for the function): https://github.com/bramvbilsen/Flutter-HTTP-Requests-REST-api

Hello World Tutorial: https://youtu.be/CEPCGXQ7IQg

NOTE: I’m using the android simulator, but you can simply open an iPhone simulator to run the same code!

Be sure to ask for help in the comments if you need any help. Suggestions for future Flutter tutorials are also very welcome! 😀

Flutter is an SDK owned by Google to create applications for Android and iOS using a single codebase. Flutter uses the Dart programming language (also owned by Google). Flutter was in alpha when I released this video, so things might still change a bit. But the SDK is already mature enough to write some cool apps!

Channel: Bram Vanbilsen
Published: 2017-07-12 19:30:52
Duration: 8M56S
Views: 2088
Likes: 53
Favorites: 0

Flutter SDK Tutorial – Basic Navigation and Routes! (App Development)

In this tutorial, I guide you through coding a multi page application by using the Navigator and routes! This app will run seamlessly on both Android and iOS.

Hello World Tutorial: https://youtu.be/CEPCGXQ7IQg

NOTE: I’m using the android simulator, but you can simply open an iPhone simulator to run the same code!

Be sure to ask for help in the comments if you need any help. Suggestions for future Flutter tutorials are also very welcome! 😀

Flutter is an SDK owned by Google to create applications for Android and iOS using a single codebase. Flutter uses the Dart programming language (also owned by Google). Flutter was in alpha when I released this video, so things might still change a bit. But the SDK is already mature enough to write some cool apps!

Channel: Bram Vanbilsen
Published: 2017-05-22 17:09:43
Duration: 8M23S
Views: 3113
Likes: 86
Favorites: 0

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