Welcome back to the 5th part of the Flutter YouTube Search tutorial course. In the previous part we’ve added the state management layer which in our case is a BLoC. We already have the means to start searching for YouTube videos and also to utilize pagination so that we don’t load all of the data at once.
Now that we have all that, we need to create a UI to display this data in. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to create custom Flutter widgets, how to work with a BLoC and how to use the Kiwi dependency injection library for Flutter. In the next part you are going to learn how to create the paginated list view.