Cleveroad introduces Sliding Tutorial Library for Flutter
Hey guys, hope you haven’t started developing a tutorial for your Flutter app yet, as we have already completed a part of your job. Don’t worry, we act from good motives only. Our aim is to help you create a sliding tutorial in a fast and simple manner. So we’ve done some work and voila!. A simple Flutter Sliding Tutorial library is at your service.
Also you can watch the animation of the Sliding Tutorial for Android on YouTube in HD quality.
The invention is going to ease the problem of structural design but not to limit a stretch of your imagination at the same time. We took care of the suitability aspect. So, your app is not going to look alien among other Flutter elements.
Applied parallax effects will make your product presentation look like Google apps tutorial.
All you need to do is:
1. Create background designs for each screen of your tutorial (assistance with mobile design)
2. Create icons for each screen of your tutorial
3. Follow the instructions below
pubspec.yaml of your flutter project, add the following dependency:
dependencies: ... flutter_sliding_tutorial: "^0.1.0"
In your library add the following import:
See changelog history.
If you have any questions regarding the use of this tutorial, please contact us for support at firstname.lastname@example.org (email subject: «Sliding Tutorial: Flutter. Support request.»)
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