Starting from the basics of developing in Flutter, build a simple Blog application with two screens fetching data from an API and rendering and at the end of the series.
This is the first article in the Flutter for Beginners series, wherein we shall look at how we can develop a simple blog list mobile application with a single source code using flutter. In this article, we shall try to get familiar with what flutter is about and how we setup the environment for getting started.
Lets look at how a flutter application code structure looks like and how the execution happens. We shall also try to understand the purpose of each folder and what happens when the app is built or run.
In this article we shall look at the main.dart file, which is the starting point for the flutter app execution and understand in detail what it consists of and how things work. We shall also build and run our application with the boilerplate code and look for ourselves the flutter code in action.
This is the fourth article in the "Flutter for Beginners" series. In this article, we shall look at basically what widgets are and observe the two main categories of widgets on which the entire flutter development mainly runs on.
Learn about how we can fix content overflow issue using a scrollable widget with an example - building an article page in our blog application.
This is the sixth article in the "Flutter for Beginners" where in we are looking at how to get started with developing mobile applications in the world of flutter. In this article, let's talk about a Widget which we have been using so far in developing an app screen - the scaffold.
This is the seventh article in the "Flutter for Beginners" series in which we have been looking at getting started with app development using Flutter framework. In this article let's talk about yet another widget duo which are used to hold a series of Widgets with a sense of direction of their presentation - the row and column widget.
let's look at how we can iterate the view tiles we have created so far by means of another container widget aka the ListView widget.
Learn about how we can further customize our List View tile in terms of tile content layout and add navigation to another page on tapping the tile.