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Clear explanations, a useful practical application that demonstrates all the core things essential to building an app ready for release into the wild. Every step taken is clearly and thoroughly explained, plus downloadable code for every section of this course. A fantastic current course and is proving invaluable for strategies for building ideas for my own app. Cannot praise this course and Andrea’s presentation highly enough.
I can’t recommend this course highly enough, as a professional developer looking for a fast track into Flutter development Andrea’s course has paid for itself many times over, the state management section alone is worth the price of admission.. the entire course is perfectly paced and provides a wealth of practical advice and just enough code to kickstart your own Flutter projects. Just excellent.
I’ve taken several Flutter courses online and have found them very useful in their own right. This course, however, has done the BEST job in covering and explaining (a) best practices (specifically around modularizing your code and structuring your project accordingly) and (b) the always controversial Flutter state management. Andrea provides examples of the varying state management concepts and it’s easy to grasp the advantages and shortcomings of each. I highly recommend this course if you’re looking for a deeper-dive into building a much more complete and production-ready app.
Andrea is an excellent instructor and developer. Very thankful he takes the time to create these courses and maintain his YouTube tutorials. The way Andrea codes reveals a lot of best practices, good app architecture, and interesting techniques; his source code is very clean and logical. In my opinion, this gives him a unique advantage versus other online instructors who write code to illustrate a point but often shortcuts are taken or it is not production quality. Andrea also explains interesting topics that, if you've developed in dart/flutter, you realize it happens all the time and he provides good information about how to troubleshoot it (for example, null pointer errors and dealing with initial data). These are more intermediate level tips I don't see other devs covering. Thanks so much Andrea!!