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    You will learn how to leverage Flutter awesome features and components to develop beautiful native applications. It will take you through creating a fully functional app to help you assess whether Flutter is the right choice for your mobile development needs.

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    This book lets you fast-forward through more than 60 packages on Flutter to find the most valuable ones to you. It focuses on 11 different Flutter library categories. Each category has a list of Flutter libraries with pros, cons, and real-life code examples.

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    This Series explore what Flutter has to offer, where it came from, and where it's going. You will begin by getting a solid foundation of Flutter knowledge, and building on it immediately by constructing two more traditional productivity apps.

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    This book contains recipes that demonstrate how to solve common problems while writing Flutter apps. Each recipe is self-contained and can be used as a reference to help you build up an application.

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    It teaches you to build professional-quality mobile applications using the Flutter SDK and the Dart programming language. It dives into engaging, well-described techniques for building beautiful user interfaces using Flutter's huge collection of built-in widgets.

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    This tutorial walks through the basics of Flutter framework, installation of Flutter SDK, setting up Android Studio to develop Flutter based application, architecture of Flutter framework and developing all type of mobile applications using Flutter framework.

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    This book introduces Google's Dart language and provides techniques and examples showing how to use it as a viable replacement for Java and JavaScript in browser-based desktop and mobile applications.

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    This book is written to provide clear and concise explanation of topics for programmers both starting to learn the Dart programming language as well as those diving in more complex topics. Most examples are linked to online playground so you can re-run them..

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    This book is a hands-on introduction to Dart using annotated example programs, inspired by Go By Example and Haskell By Example. It will walk you through step by step through building data-driven web applications with ease and speed.

  • Learning Dart (Rip Tutorial)

    This short but rigorous introductory text fully explains both the Dart language and the ideas that have shaped it. It explains reflection in Dart, showing how it is evolving into a form that programmers can easily apply without creating excessively large programs.

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    This short ebook describes the Google's Dart language, libraries, and tools that help you develop structured, fast, and maintainable web apps that run in any modern browser. It fully explains both the language and the ideas that have shaped it.

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