Your Second Flutter App

Nov 30 2021 · Dart 2.13, Flutter 2.2.3, Visual Studio Code

Part 3: Navigate & Animate

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Nice work on completing this part. When you first started, you had a nice looking list but it didn't really do much of anything. Rather the goal was to provide navigation to a subsequent page. To do this you first learned about routes and navigation and navigated between two pages. Then you created your very own custom image container. You saw how you could use widgets like LEGO and connect them together to create your very own widget. Then you completed the course details page, adding information about the course being viewed. Then you made the page navigation pop by adding a hero animation to it. Finally, you closed out this part by getting a sampling of some of Dart's dev tools. Now you may think you're done, but we're actually have one more part of the app we're neglecting and that is the filter page. In the next part of this course, you'll see how to add a filter to the courses list to technology domains and save the particular domain of interest to a user so that it persists between restarts of the app. So take a break, grab a glass of something tasty and meet me in part four.