Participants of the National Female Pretech Program, Mobile App edition, had their fifth session for the first week on September 3rd, 2021. The day’s goal was to deploy their flutter SDK.
Today’s class picked up where they left off in the previous one. They began by unzipping their flutter SDK packages. They started by unpacking their flutter SDK packages. They began by unzipping their flutter SDK packages. Google’s Flutter is an open-source UI software development kit. It is used to create cross-platform applications from a single codebase for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Windows, Google Fuchsia, and the web. The ladies faced difficulties, such as problems with their equipment not being compatible with the program, but their trainer was on hand to help.
After that, they added flutter to their path. Doing this allows Flutter to be functional on their machines. They also worked on unpacking their Android studio after the downloads and using the installer. The installer is an application included in macOS that extracts and installs files out of pkg packages. Its purpose is to help software developers create uniform software installers. The Android Studio also offers build automation, dependency management, and customizable build configurations.
Participants were granted a thirty-minute lunch break to get away from their laptops. The task was time-consuming and this resulted in the ladies working on it all day.
The class will continue to download and install the Android SDK in the next class.