I spent this evening watching a lot of the Google I/O talks and I wanted to share the Flutter ones with you. Sit back with some coffee or hot chocolate, and learn all about Flutter with these beginner friendly talks.

Build Mobile Apps with Flutter and Google Maps

A common feature that you may need to implement is the use of Google Maps. This talk by Brett Morgan and Matthew Sullivan is a great resource to get started with the concepts and possibilities with this combination.

A common feature that you may need to implement is the use of Google Maps. This talk by Brett Morgan and Matthew Sullivan is a great resource to get started with the concepts and possibilities with this combination.

Pragmatic State Management in Flutter

State management is one of the most important things to get right when scaling any development project. This talk by Filip Hracek and Matt Sullivan is worth watching if you want to look into the Provider pattern.

Beyond Mobile: Building Flutter Apps for iOS, Android, Chrome OS, and Web (Google I/O'19)

This talk was one of the most anticipated because of the title. Flutter on Chrome OS and Web? That certainly piqued my interest. This talk by Emily Shack and Emily Fortuna shows just how adaptable Flutter is and will become with Flutter for Web.

Another talk in the Beyond Mobile series by Anthony Robledo and Will Larche focuses on adaptability. This looks at how you can adapt to the platform you're on rather than deploying a Material app everywhere... including fold-able phones!

Building for iOS with Flutter (Google I/O'19)

Andrew Brogdon and Brett Morgan gave a talk on building your application for iOS and the exploration of the `Cupertino` styles. This talk is worth the watch if you're looking to respect all platforms and their design choices.

Dart: Productive, Fast, Multi-Platform - Pick 3 (Google I/O'19)

This talk is about Dart, the language that powers Flutter. Even if you've never used Dart before or you're a seasoned Dart developer, this talk should interest you.

Summary

This was a great year for Flutter at Google I/O. I found the Pragmatic State Management talk the most interesting, as this is likely the biggest issue a beginner Flutter developer runs into. What was your favourite?