Is there a widget “lifecycle? Find out in this short video from the Flutter team.
There are plenty of tutorials available to get you started with a simple Flutter app. This is one of them. But it has the potential of getting very detailed and teach you a lot. You will build a wishlist app that (properly) authenticates using Auth0, and connects to a secure API. It is already better than the usual tutorial, which will use a fake login mechanism. From the team at Auth0.
I love real-world stories about migrating or starting with Flutter. This is a small example of one by Reme Le Hane, describing a simple case of an animation that a new developer in the team managed to implement way quicker than what the team estimated. Keep such stories coming, Reme.
An easy way to add a walkthrough for your app by adding an overlay to the scaffold of your page. Useful for that first-time users of your app. By Alex Melnyk.
The team at Appwrite started a series of articles to teach you how to use the backend service. And they are using Flutter in those articles. If you follow the 30 days and build something awesome using their backend service you will be eligible for some swag and some Raspberry Pi 4 Dev Kits.
Ever wanted to learn more about GraphQL and using it in Flutter? I did. This tutorial by Sean Connolly will get you on the right track.