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Wednesday, September 23 • 09:00 - 11:00
Building Cross-Platform Apps with Flutter

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This session will be a kickstarter for developing mobile apps with the Flutter SDK.
Flutter is a very young SDK from Google to build apps for both Android and iOS using a single code base. Unlike other SDKs, Flutter compiles to native and looks native.
Flutter uses Dart, an OOP language. Prior experience with Dart is not required to attend this session.
This session will cover the workflow involved in creating a flutter application from scratch. Widgets, stateless widgets, state and stateful widgets and other most important aspects of Flutter will be demonstrated in this session.
You'll learn to use the pub repository to quickly add modules to your project.
By the end of this session, you'll be able to develop amazing app experiences with Flutter and Dart.

Check out www.flutter.io/

Preparing for the Flutter App Development Workshop:
System Requirements:
1. You need a fast PC, preferably above 4GB of RAM and a dual core CPU.
2. Install the following software:
—> Android Studio: https://developer.android.com/studio#downloads
(Install the recommended package for your OS)
Open Android Studio after installation and perform the default/full installation. This will download more SDKs and packages. This is a long process, make sure you have at least 4GB of internet bandwidth to finish setting up Android Studio.
—> Flutter SDK: https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install
Download the zip file for your platform (for example, if you have a Windows computer, download the Windows zip file). Finish setting up the SDK and add the directory to your PATH.
 If you have an Apple computer, then you may optionally install Xcode from the Mac App Store to use the iOS Simulator.
3. You need an Android Phone to run your application. Make sure that you enable “Developer Options” in your phone. The general procedure to do this is by tapping the “Build Number” option “eight times” in the “About Phone” setting. This procedure can vary, please Google this up with your phone’s model, say “how to enable developer options on Nokia 7.1”
You need a good internet connection (approx 5GB) to finish setting up your computer.

Speakers
avatar for Pon Rahul M

Pon Rahul M

President, Pattarai, Loyola-ICAM College of Engineering and Technology
A lazy developer in the pursuit of logic.Currently developing a scalable ERP suite for Loyola-ICAM College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai, India.Workflow Automation, Cloud Computing, Computer Hardware and Architecture, General Electronics and IoT, what am I not into? You name... Read More →



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