Creating a Full Stack App with Flutter 2 and Firebase 7
Flutter helps you to become productive and deliver your cross-platform apps quickly. In this course, you'll explore how to create scalable and high quality apps quickly using a serverless approach in Flutter and Firebase.
What you'll learn
Using a serverless approach to handle your backend requirements to implement and scale fast is a viable solution for Flutter development. So, using Firebase to facilitate rapid development with Flutter is inevitable. In this course, Creating a Full Stack App with Flutter 2 and Firebase 7, you’ll learn to create apps using a serverless approach that can easily scale and fulfill your needs. First, you’ll explore what the services are in Firebase. Next, you’ll discover how to integrate a Flutter app with Firebase and use Authentication and Analytics services. Then, you’ll learn how to benefit from Cloud Firestore to manage your database and messaging to deliver push notifications to your users. Finally, you'll delve into writing your serverless functions. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of creating a full stack app using Flutter and Firebase needed to deliver a scalable and high quality app to your customer. Software required: Flutter 2.0.3 and Dart 2.12.0.
Table of contents
In this course, you will learn how to create a full stack app with Firebase and how to maintain it with database management, engaging customers, leveraging integration, and extending business logic by using cloud functions.
Prerequisites for this course is an understanding of the basics of Flutter, which you can learn about here on Pluralsight.
Flutter's toolkit can create applications for mobile, desktop, and web from a single codebase. Flutter is a free, open sourse software that works with existing code.
Firebase is a Google platform that helps you build and run successful apps by allowing secure access to the database directly from client-side code.
Firestore is a part of Google's Firebase application development platform. Firestore is fundamentally a cloud-hosted NoSQL database for storing and syncing data.