Flutter offers a modern, declarative way of building layouts, inspired by react. Building UIs is done via composition, and a rich set of widgets is available. This leaves an open question: where does the state go?
In this talk, we look at some common state management techniques that are often used in Flutter, including some 3rd party libraries such as scoped model and redux. We explore how they solve common state management problems, and how they compare in different use cases.
Andrea is an iOS and Flutter Developer who created SwiftyStoreKit. He's recently released a series of Coding with Flutter tutorials.
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Flutter State Management
I'm an iOS software developer based in London. I've been passionate about programming from a young age and have extensive experience in writing maintainable and efficient code, along with a strong product focus. In 2012 I started focusing on mobile technologies and since then I’ve never looked back!