Next Steps

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Congratulations! You’ve made it to the end of this course.

Now that you’ve got a basic understanding of building Android mobile applications, you can start building applications on your own. Here are some helpful resources for moving forward!

Publishing apps

Once you’re ready to share your brand new app with others, you can publish your Android app on the Google Play store. Please refer to this resource to polish your app and deploy it to the Play store.

Next steps

In this course, we covered building simple apps. However, you may want to build more complex apps with multiple screens and storing data in the database.

You may want to refer to the resources below to keep learning more about building robust Flutter apps.

  • Navigation & routing: This resource covers different scenarios of navigation and routing in simple to complex apps.

  • Persisting data: There are three different ways to store data in Flutter apps: Local database, reading, and writing files to the device, and storing key-value data on the device’s disk.

  • Testing: This resource lists type-automated testing you can incorporate in your Flutter app development cycle to maintain the quality of your app.

  • State management approaches: There are many approaches to managing the state of a Flutter app. This resource has collections of different approaches to managing the app’s state.

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