Add an Onboarding Screen in your Flutter apps.

Updated 20 December 2023


Today, we are learning about the onboarding screen in Flutter. The onboarding screen gives a short overview of the app and helps you to create an impression of the app. It’s really easy to implement in Flutter. The Onboarding Screen shows the user functions of their apps. It’s an important aspect of keeping the user in the app while explaining the app.

The onboarding screen appears after the loading of the splash screen and only at the first interaction of the user with the app. Mainly Onboarding Screen consists of more than two layouts that slide horizontally. Onboarding must also cater to a large swath of users, ranging from users brought in from a marketing campaign, word of mouth, or seeing an app in the app store.

We are using the PageView widget and dot indicator package for implementation in Flutter. You can check out the package dots_indicator.

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Let’s start by creating a new project.

Add PageView Widget for onboarding screen.

Setting up the onboarding screen.

Handle the dot indicator functionality.

Create a function for when a page is changed and add it in pageView.

On the tap of Dot indicator move the page controller.

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This is how we add an onboarding screen in Flutter. You can add more functionalities to it.

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