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In this tutorial series, we’ll guide you step by step on how to create an mobile application using flutter. The mobile application would be open source app. The tutorial would focus on this application to introduce the important concepts of the flutter framework.

1. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Intro & Setup

What is Flutter: In general, creating a mobile application is a very complex and challenging task. There are many frameworks available, which provide...

2. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Your first flutter program

Step 1. Open Android Studio Step 2. Click on “Start a new Flutter project” Step 3. Then select “Flutter Application” then click Next button Step...

16. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – GridView Widget

In flutter we can easily create a grid view. To do that follow the code GridView.count( //...

13. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Passing data between Screens

In this tutorial we are going to pass data between screens. First we pass the data to a stateless widget class. To StatelessWidget: First...

11. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Drawer Menu

There is a property of Scaffold widget called ‘drawer’. For the drawer menu in flutter app use the following code.

14. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Future, Async and Await in Flutter

Async means that this function is asynchronous and you might need to wait a bit to get its result. Await literally means -...

9. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Toast Messages

For toast messages into flutter we are going to use a flutter package called ‘fluttertoast’ To do that follow the instruction. Step 1. Go...

15. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – Image from URL

There is many way to show an image from the url. The built in way is Image widget. Here is an example...

10. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – ListView Widget

Step 1. Create a List final List<String> entries = <String>; Step 2. Then use the...

7. Flutter Tutorial for Beginners – How to Use Flutter Packages

There are various types of Flutter Packages. Packages are published to http://www.pub.dev You can also browse the packages on http://www.pub.dev by filtering on...

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