Flutter simplifies the process of building an efficient list a lot. If you’re an Android developer, you know how much boilerplate it takes to do something as fundamental as a RecyclerView and Flutter spares you from all of that.

As simple as Flutter’s ListView is though, you still need to write some additional code to make it paginated. That is, not loading all the data at once but saving some bandwidth and only loading what’s necessary, say, 20 results at a time.

In this tutorial you’re going to learn how to create paginated ListView in Flutter. We’re going to do with the BLoC architecture pattern because even in an example app like this, we don’t want our state floating all over the place.

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Matt Rešetár

Matt is an app developer with a knack for teaching others. Working as a Flutter freelancer and most importantly developer educator, he doesn't have a lot of free time 😅 Yet he still manages to squeeze in tough workouts 💪 and guitar 🎸

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