Mobile Application Development Course


✓ 2.5 month Long Course

✓ 2 Hours per day

✓ Daily Assignment / Projects / Doubt solving

✓ 24/7 Private Community Support / Revision session

✓ Both Physical / Online available

✓ Verified Certificate

✓ Everyday recording available

✓ Internship guaranteed


Now to bridge the gap between industry and IT students Vrit Technologies is launching, Complete Flutter Development Course – Learn to build Cross platform Mobile apps.

Complete Flutter Course – Learn to build Cross platform Mobile apps Covers Mobile App Development, Introduction to Dart, State management, APIs, Flutter Animations, Native App feature like camera, location, Push Notification, App Testing Building Release, App publishing and many more.

Flutter is an open-source mobile application development framework created by Google that enables developers to build high-quality, native interfaces for Android and iOS platforms using a single codebase. Flutter provides a rich set of customizable widgets and tools to help developers create beautiful and performant mobile apps quickly and efficiently. It uses the Dart programming language and offers hot-reload feature, which allows developers to see changes in real-time, reducing the development cycle and improving productivity. Flutter has gained popularity among developers due to its fast development cycle, high-performance, and ability to build cross-platform apps.


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Dart Programming Language – Module 1

– Setting Development Environment for the Dart Development, Dart Command Line and

– Statements and Expressions in Dart, Code Commenting in Dart, Writing and Running the Code

– Operations, Variables, Immutable Data, Increment and Decrement

– Data Types – String, Int, Double, Control Flow Introduction, Booleans in Dart Language, If Statements and Different Types, Switch Statements and Usage of Switch Statements

– Introduction to Functions, Enumerated Types in Dart, Loops and Different Loops, While Loop and Do While Loops, While Loop and Do While Loops, Break and Continue Keywords

Dart Programming Language – Module 2

– Functions Parameters, Optional Parameters in Functions, Default Values for Parameters in Functions

– Named Parameters in Functions, Functions Assignment to the Variables, Passing Functions to Functions, Return in Functions, Returning Functions from Functions, Closures and Scopes in the Functiona

– Function Shorthand – Arrow Functions, Anonymous Functions and Usage of Anonymous Function

Dart Programming Language – Module 3

– Classes Introduction, Defining a Class, Instance Creation from the Class, new keyword in the Class

– Creating Properties and assigning Values, Adding Methods to the Class, Class Constructor and Named

– Private Properties, Getter and Setter, Inheritance, Abstract Class, Interfaces and Implements keyword, Mixins, Extension Methods, Collection Types

Dart Programming Language – Module 4

– Asynchronous Programming Introduction, Future Type, Callbacks

– Async and Await, Try and Catch, Exception Handling

Introduction to Flutter Development

– What is Flutter?

– Why Flutter?

– Inside Flutter App

Installation and Setup for Flutter Development

– Flutter App Building Prerequisites

– Windows Setup Part –> Install Android Studio >> Install Android Emulator >> Install the Flutter SDK

– Mac Setup Part –> Install Android Studio >> Install Android Emulator >> Install Xcode >> Install IOS Simulator >> Install Flutter SDK >> Configure Android Studio

Flutter Widgets Development – Basic Widget

– Initiating First Flutter Project, Basic Widget – Introduction

– Text, Row, Column, Image Widget

– Container, Grid View, List View,

– Table Widget, Stack Widget, Padding, Form, FormField

Flutter Widgets Development- Interactive Widgets

– Different types of Interactive Widgets

– Material App Design, AppBar, Scaffold

– Card, ListTile, Icon, IconButton, Checkbox, Radio, Slider

– InkWell, Floating Action Button, Elevated Button, Dropdown Button

– Stateless Widgets, Stateful Widget

– ceateState, setState method for States

Flutter Navigation and Routing

– Navigator Introduction

– Navigator 1.0 Introduction, Navigator 2.0 Overview

– Managing State in App

– Direct Navigation, Capturing Gesture, Static Navigation

– Data Passing between Routes, Dynamic Navigation

– Router, Pages, Nested Routers

State Management Basic to Advance

– Stateful Widget, Creating the State, Accessing the State

– Provider and Consumer, setState, Redux, BLoC/Rx

– Event Stream Controller, Event Sink, Event Stream Counter Bloc Constructor

State REST API Integration

– Introduction to REST API , API Key, API Endpoint

– What is JSON? – Detailed Explanation

– HTTP Package, HTTP Fetch Method

– Getting Data from API End Point using HTTP Method

– HTTP Post Method

– Adding Data from API End Point using HTTP Method

– HTTP Update Method

– Updating Data from API End Point using HTTP Method

– HTTP Delete Method

– Deleting Data from API End Point using HTTP Method

– Data Modeling in Flutter, Serialization with JSON, Parse JSON – fromJson, toJson

– Creating List View widget using Data, Converting to Book Model List

Persistence in Flutter

– Data Persistence with SQLite

– Adding Database to the Project, Adding an SQLite Repository

– Using Moor, Read and Write Files

– Store Key Value to Disk, Key Value Data Store

Native Device Features

– Camera Access

– Map Access

– Location Access

– Notification

Misc (More Common)

– Camera, Custom Paint

– Advanced Design, Sensors

– Permission Handling, File IO

– Push Notifications, Mutli-part form requests

– Google Maps, Location

– Swipe to refresh and more

App Publishing

– Creating release builds

– Code Obfuscation, Signing apps

– Performance and other optimization

– Creating developer accounts on App Store and play store

– Publishing apps on play store


Here is the list of the projects which students could practice with. Each of the projects has different levels of complexity.

– To-do List App with Cloud/Local storage

– Calculator App (Math/Interest/BMI)

– Converter App (Unit/Date/)


– Hangman App

– Quiz Game

– Tic Tac Toe Game

– News App (WordPress/News API)

– Movies App

– E-commerce App

– Simple App with Authentication

– Crypto App

– Music Player

– Travel App

– Paint App

– Food delivery/ordering App

– Solving design challenges (from dribble/behance)

– State Management Implementation


Each student will have a project to complete in order to demonstrate their understanding both during and after the course.