Your Second Flutter App

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

Part 5: Meet Inherited Widgets

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In this final part of the course, you'll learn a bit about flutter state management and lifting state up the widget tree. Doing so we'll let you fix the problem we found in the last part of the course, on filtering the courses list to a particular technology domain. You'll begin by learning about flutter state management options. Then you'll create an InheritedWidget that will let you lift state up. The InheritedWidget will be wrapped inside a state container that will hold the actual filter state. Next you'll utilize the InheritedWidget and filter state container to lift that state up. Finally, you'll add some finishing touches to the app in particular, locking the app in portrait mode and letting the user open, open a web page for each course on, which will let them view course episodes inside a web view or mobile browser. As you can see, there's a lot to it. Let's get to work.