Description: Flutter Advanced Examples APK

Packagede.feuerbergsoftware.advancedflutterexample
Version1.0.1 (5)
UpdatedJul 30, 2019 (8 months ago)
Release dateApr 25, 2019 (11 months ago)
Installs500
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Example app for the flutter framework

Example application for the Flutter Framework with more complex examples.

You can find the corresponding repository at https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples.

Examples :

1) Filtering list
Sorting a list of objects by different filters. The example contains a list of cars that can be filtered in different ways.

Dokumentation : https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples/tree/master/lib/examples/filterList

2) Reading json file
Reading a json file from the asset folder and displaying it's content in the ui.

Dokumentation : https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples/tree/master/lib/examples/readingJsonFile

3) Managing favorites in shared preferences
Mark items from a list as your favorite and save the favorites in the shared preferences. The example contains a list of meals. Each meal can be marked as favorite.

Dokumentation :
https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples/tree/master/lib/examples/managingFavoritesInSharedPreferences

4) Managing inputs within a modal or bottom sheet
Outsourcing checkboxes, radiobuttons and switches to a modal or a bottomsheet.

Dokumentation :
https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples/tree/master/lib/examples/managingInputsWithinModalBottomsheet

5) Shopping Cart
A simple shopping cart with the possibility to add an remove items. The example consist of an app bar icon which displays the amount of items in the cart, a product list screen and the shopping cart screen, displaying each item of the cart and the calculated costs of the cart. This example uses BLOC logic.

Dokumentation :
https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples/tree/master/lib/examples/shoppingCart

6) Global Message
Display messages that were created anywhere in the app. Simply push messge to the MessageBloc and the messagewrapper will display them. This example uses BLOC logic.

Dokumentation :
https://github.com/Ephenodrom/FlutterAdvancedExamples/tree/master/lib/examples/globalMessage