Welcome back to the 4th part of the Flutter YouTube Search tutorial course. In the previous part we’ve added a repository which will help us with pagination of the data. We’re finished with fetching the search data from the network which means we’re getting really close to writing UI code.
Before we can display data in widgets though, we need to create a state-management layer. In this tutorial series we’re going to use the Business Logic Component pattern, aka BLoC.