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Everything Flutter (Part 4) : Write Your First Flutter App (Part 2)


Flutter is Google's mobile SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source. In this codelab, you'll extend a basic Flutter app to include interactivity. You'll also create a second page (called a route) that the user can navigate to. Finally, you'll modify the app's theme (color). This codelab extends part 1, Create a Lazily Loaded List, but we'll provide the starting code, if you'd like to start with part 2. What you'll learn in part 2How to write a Flutter app that looks natural on both iOS and Android. Using hot reload for a quicker development cycle. How to add interactivity to a stateful widget. How to create and navigate to a second screen. How to change the look of an app using themes.
What you'll build in part 2
You'll start with a simple mobile app that generates an endless list o…