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Google Developer Group of the Capital Region - Flutter Group.
This group is for mobile developers interested in Flutter, Google’s new mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time.
Whether you are just starting a new Flutter project, or an experienced developer looking to discuss advanced topics, you are welcome to join our group and share your ideas with us!
Join the Google Developer Group of the Capital Region - Flutter Group We will take a look at Flutter https://flutter.io/ to investigate what it brings to the table for mobile app developers. We will learn how to get started using Flutter to design, develop and deploy native apps with high performance and low development costs. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world and is free and open source.
We will work on a very simple Flutter app using a step-by-step Google tutorial. Together we will discover advantages like hot-reload, complete code sharing for both platforms and a modern, reactive UI framework. We will discuss which architecture patterns can help give your Flutter apps a testable, reusable, and cohesive structure.
After the talk, you hopefully will have a better picture of what Flutter is capable of, its state of maturity and which use-cases for which it is already being used.
Feel free to bring your own laptop to follow along with Flutter install.
You can use the following link to install it.
Follow along with a Codelab intro to Flutter
5:00 - 5:30 Food, Drinks, and Networking
5:30 - 5:45 Opening Remarks, Meetup announcements
5:45 - 6:30 Presentation: Introduction & Getting Started with Flutter
6:30 - 7:30 Codelab
7:30 – 8:00 - Meetup wrap-up, closing comments, and Networking
Tuesday, February 12,[masked]:00 PM to 8:00 PM
242 Union St · Schenectady, NY
The event will be hands-on, so make sure to bring your laptop and set up your environment in advance and be ready to code.
For the Flutter Codelab, please do the following:
You need two pieces of software to complete this lab: the Flutter SDK, and an editor. This codelab assumes Android Studio/Visual Studio Code, but you can use your preferred editor.
You can run this Codelab using any of the following devices:
A physical device (Android or iOS) connected to your computer and set to developer mode.
The iOS simulator. (Requires installing XCode tools.)
The Android emulator. (Requires setup in Android Studio.)
For the App Engine Codelab, please sign up for a Google Cloud Platform account, and have a browser and editor ready to go.
For the Actions Codelab, please sign up for a Google Cloud Platform account, and have a browser ready to go.
See you all there!