Getting started with Flutter is easy enough.
Once you know about the most important widgets, you can start building apps and add features.
But unless you have a robust architecture in place, you’ll soon run into problems and start questioning your decisions:
– This widget does way too much, but where should all this logic go?
– I have bugs! How do I fix them and prevent new ones from appearing?
– I know I should write tests for this code, but I don’t know how. Help!
– Maybe I should just delete everything and start again! But how can I get it right next time?
I know how you feel. I’ve been there myself.
– Feeling confident about how to structure your code
– Knowing how to write automated tests for almost any case you can think of
– Having a repeatable process for adding new features, reliably
Sounds good, right?
To help you get there, I’ll guide you through the process of building a real-world eCommerce app in Flutter. And I’ll explain my reasoning and decision-making all along.
You could waste hours or days trying to make sense of it all with some random tutorials.
Or you can learn with the techniques and best practices I learned through years of experience, all distilled into a well-structured curriculum that goes above and beyond what you can find on YouTube or Udemy.