Flutter Bloc Essential Course (English)
What you'll learn
- Cover Flutter Bloc version 8.0 or higher
- Learn two state management methods provided by Flutter Bloc called Cubit and Bloc
- Communication method between Cubits, between Blocs, and between Cubits and Blocs
- Tools that can use functions provided by Cubit/Bloc in UI
- How to use on Event API introduced in version 8.0
- How to observe Cuibt/Bloc
- Event Transformation function of Bloc
- Hydrated Bloc
- Appropriate approaches to two state management tools: Cubit and Bloc
- Create many small apps to understand the concept
- Complete mastery of Flutter Bloc through 9 production process experiences through 3 apps (TODO/Weather/Firebase Auth) and various combinations of Cubit/Bloc
- Requires some experience and understanding of Flutter
In the Flutter Bloc Essential course, you can learn in depth about Bloc, the popular Flutter state management solutions.
In particular, it covers only the most recent version, version 8.0 or higher.
If you want to deepen your understanding of the Flutter Bloc and put all the concepts into practice, then this course is for you.
The lecture was carefully composed to ensure a balance between theory and practice.
And under the belief that repetition is the most important learning method, whenever there is a new concept, we will test the concept by making a small app, and through real-world apps such as TODO, Weather, and Firebase Authentication app, the concepts will come together comprehensively.
In particular, we repeatedly practice the combination of Cubit and Bloc when creating TODO, Weather, and Firebase Authentication apps.
- TODO App (4 implementations): 1. Combination of Cubit and StreamSubscription, 2. Combination of Cubit and BlocListener, 3. Combination of Bloc and StreamSubscription, 4. Combination of Bloc and BlocListener
- Weather App (4 implementations): 1. Combination of Cubit and StreamSubscription, 2. Combination of Cubit and BlocListener, 3. Combination of Bloc and StreamSubscription, 4. Combination of Bloc and BlocListener
- Firebase Authentication App: Cubit + Bloc + StreamSubscription
This is a quick look at everything covered in the course.
- Cubit/Bloc concept
- BlocProvider, BlocListener, BlocConsumer, RepositoryProvider, MultiBlocProvider, MultiBlocListener, MultiRepositoryProvider
- BuildContext extension methods: read, watch, select
- Cubit/Bloc에 extra information 전달: function argument와 event payload
- Cubit/Bloc-to-Cubit/Bloc communication: StreamSubscription, BlocListener
- Bloc Access 및 value named constructor: anonymous route access, named route access, generated route access, global access
- Observing Cubit/Bloc
- Bloc의 Event Transformation feature
- Hydrated Bloc
- TODO App: 4 implementations through various combinations of Cubit, Bloc, StreamSubscription, and BlocListener
- Weather App: 4 implementations through various combinations of Cubit, Bloc, StreamSubscription, and BlocListener
- Firebase Authentication App: Combination of Cubit, Bloc, and StreamSubscription
Who this course is for:
- Beginners to Flutter who want to learn about Bloc, the popular Flutter state management solution
- Flutter developers who want to have an in-depth understanding of the Flutter Bloc
- Flutter developers who want to know the various usage examples of Flutter Bloc
I am running ‘YourDevEdge’, a startup that creates full-stack related educational content, and ‘Heavy Fran’, a YouTube channel focused on flutter content.
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