Your Second Flutter App

Nov 30 2021 · Dart 2.13, Flutter 2.2.3, Visual Studio Code

Part 4: Filter Results

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Our RW courses app is mostly complete. You put in a lot of work into adding some features to it. First, you created a filter widget that allowed you to create a list of options for the user to select. Then you built out the filter page using all of your new filter widgets, after which you incorporated shared preferences into the app as a way to persist user filter selections. Finally, you actually filtered the course list. Unfortunately, there is a disconnect between choosing a filter and actually filtering courses. A user has to restart the app to see the filtered courses, and that's just not gonna do. In the next and final part of this course, you'll look at how to rectify this problem using state management. See you then.