Online workshop: Programming native iOS and Android apps with Flutter

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Cross-platform app programming keeps development costs low, but hybrid frameworks tend to have the disadvantages of web apps. Google’s Jetpack Compose and Apple’s SwiftUI are now trying to put the complex development of native apps on a modern footing with declarative frameworks, but with Flutter a quasi-standard for hybrid mobile development has already been established, which makes it possible to write high-performance apps for the two central mobile platforms allows.

Over two days, the online workshop “Mobile apps with Flutter” interested developers in the basics of app programming with Flutter. The topics include setting up the tool chain as well as daily development practice, for example in the design of app user interfaces and transitions. Core areas such as network and file storage are not missing either such as the consideration of security aspects and the handling of platform-specific programming. Special features and stumbling blocks with Flutter are not excluded.

The programming language used, Dart, usually does not pose any major challenges for developers and is dealt with on the fringes of the workshop.

The online workshop, limited to 15 participants, is intended for all app developers who are interested in developing mobile apps with Flutter. Basics of app development and working with Apple’s Xcode or Android Studio are required.

The online workshop will be given by the software specialists Klaus M. Rodewig and Pascal Friedrich using a common video conference tool. Participants should use a microphone or headset if possible. Mobile Apps with Flutter will take place on March 8th and 9th, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Participants will receive workshop documents and a certificate of participation. The price is 990 euros.

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