Learn Flutter by Building a Three Page UI Design

What you will learn

Build applications for Android and iOS

Understand the basics of widgets and build a strong foundation

Flutter best practices

Complete a portfolio ready project by building a dribbble ui


Welcome to course – Learn Flutter by Cloning a Dribbble UI Design.

This course is for beginners and anyone curious to learn cross-platform mobile development in 2023.

The course is new and updated to the latest version!

In this course, you will learn everything in detail. After completing this course you will be able to work on UI’s for various different apps and can develop them all by yourself from scratch.

Flutter – a simple and high-performance framework based on Dart language, provides high performance by rendering the UI directly in the operating system’s canvas rather than through a native framework. Flutter is powered by Dart, a language optimized for fast apps on any platform. Flutter needs lesser testing. Because of its single code base, it is a sufficient if we write automated tests once for both platforms.

Flutter is supported and used by Google, trusted by well-known brands around the world, and maintained by a community of global developers. Developing a mobile application is a complex and challenging task. However, to develop an application supporting both OSs, we need to code in two different languages using two different frameworks. To help overcome this complexity, there exist mobile frameworks supporting both OS. Irrespective of their simplicity or complexity, these frameworks always have many disadvantages, one of the main drawbacks being their slow performance

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Enroll now and get access to:

Over 1.5 hours of exclusive Flutter content to help you get started as a cross-platform developer.

From Beginner to Flutter Developer with Just One Course

So by the end of the course, you’ll completely understand:

Fundamental Flutter concepts e.g. Stateful vs. Stateless Widgets, Widget tree, how to use and when to use widgets such as, Stacks, Column, Row and much more.





Welcome Screen

Design the welcome screen page – Part 1
Design the welcome screen page – Part 2
Design the welcome screen page – Part 3
Design the welcome screen page – Part 4