- Title Beginning App Development with Flutter: Create Cross-Platform Mobile Apps
- Author(s) Rap Payne
- Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (December 5, 2019)
- Paperback : 334 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10 : 1484251806
- ISBN-13 : 978-1484251805
Book Description – Beginning App Development with Flutter
Beginning App Development with Flutter – Flutter is Google’s new framework for building mobile apps that run on both iOS and Android phones. You have to be a super-developer to write apps for iOS or Android alone. But writing for both? forget about it! You had to be familiar with Swift, Java/Kotlin, Xcode, Eclipse, and many other technologies at once. Getting started with Flutter app development simplifies the whole process.
Build iOS and Android apps with Flutter using only one codebase. App development across multiple platforms has historically been difficult and complex. This book breaks down complex concepts and tasks into easily digestible sections with examples, illustrations, and practical labs with starters and solutions.
What will you learn
- Make the most of the cool Flutter Widget
- Build custom widgets, both stateless and stateful
- Exercise Expert control over your Flutter layout
- Respond to gestures like swiping, pinching and tapping your app
- Start async Ajax calls to RESTful APIs including Google Firebase!
In doing so, you will develop a basic understanding of the Dart programming language; Entire Flutter Development Toolchain; the Difference between stateful and stateless widgets; and working knowledge of the architecture of apps. All the most important parts of app development with Flutter are covered in this book. Work with themes and styles. Develop custom widgets. Teach your app to respond to gestures like tap, swipe, and pinch. Design, build and control the layout of your app. Build tools to handle form data entry from users. And finally create killer multiscreen apps with navigation, menus, and tabs.
About The Author
Rap Payne has focused on mobile development since the start of mobile app development company Agile Gadgets in 2003. He is a consultant, trainer, and entrepreneur who has written apps that mentor developers and has taught software development classes for Fortune 500 companies such as Boeing, Walmart. , Coca-Cola, Wells Fargo, Honda, CVS, GE, Chase, HP, Lockheed, Exxon-Mobil, Lowes, Nike, JC Penney, USAA, Walgreens, and government agencies such as the US Air Force, Navy, Army, NASA, UK of GCHQ, Canada’s Postal Service, and several provincial governments, to name a few.
As a professional mentor and coach, Rapp has developed a talent for communicating highly complex ideas in easy-to-understand ways. And as a real-world developer, he understands the need to teach these subjects using practical and realistic examples and exercises.