Flutter is Google's UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, desktop, and embedded devices from a single codebase.

Why Google Flutter?

    Faster Development

  • Flutter lets you develop native apps on iOS, Android, Mac, Linux, Windows, embedded devices, smart devices, and Web from a single codebase. No need to hire a different developer per platform, saving you time and cost. While providing a rich set of fully customizable widgets to build native interfaces in minutes.
  • Expressive and Flexible UI

  • Quickly ship features with a focus on native end-user experiences. The layered architecture allows for complete customization, which results in high-speed rendering and expressive and flexible designs. Flutter uses the Skia Graphics Engine, a well-supported high-performance 2D graphics engine helping render UI with amazing native end-user experience.
  • Native Performance

  • Flutter’s widgets incorporate all critical platform differences such as scrolling, navigation, icons, and fonts, and your Flutter code is compiled to native ARM machine code using Dart’s native. By using native compilers, Flutter compiles low-level C and C++, providing the best native performance, unlike React-Native, which uses a bridge. compilers.
  • Used by Companies Big and Small

  • Flutter is growing rapidly and is currently being used by some of the from big companies to startups providing products and services to the consumer space, business to business, the crypto and the blockchain space. Here are just a few: BMW, Square, The New York Times, MGM Resorts, Reflectly, Toyota, ArDrive, eBay Motors, Philips, and more...
  • Perfect for Your MVP

  • Do you need an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) to show it to your investors? Or get you off the ground, Flutter will be perfect, especially if you have little time and a limited budget but still require excellent UI, user experience, native performance, and multiple platforms.
  • Beautiful Widgets

  • Flutter provides built-in beautiful Material Design and Cupertino (iOS-flavor) widgets, rich motion APIs, smooth, natural scrolling, and platform awareness. At the same time, incorporating all critical platform differences such as scrolling, navigation, icons, and fonts to provide full native performance on both iOS and Android.
  • Trusted and Supported by Developers

  • In the StackOverflow survey called “Most Loved, Dreaded, and Wanted Other Frameworks, Libraries, and Tools,” Flutter took 3rd place in “Loved” and 4th place in “Wanted.” With almost 70% of developers declaring they are “developing with the language or technology and have expressed interest in continuing to develop with it.” In 2020 Flutter reached the highest peak of popularity according to Google Trends, and in January 2021, Flutter has more than 109,600 stars on GitHub – the most popular database of repositories beating out React Native! It holds position number 16(from over a thousand other options), with almost 20% more stars than other similar solutions.
  • Open Source

  • Flutter is supported by Google, a great developer community, and is open source under BSD 3-Clause.

Should I use Flutter or React Native?

I believe in choosing the right technology that provides the best solution for the job at hand—saying that Flutter offers more value and performance over React Native.

Difference between Flutter and React Native?

There are several differences between the two, but I believe the most significant difference is how each renders framework code to native code. React Native use’s a bridge while Google Flutter compiles the code back to low-level C/C++ code using the Skia Graphics engine. This provides much better performance.

What makes Flutter unique?

Flutter is different from most other options for building mobile apps because it doesn’t rely on web browser technology nor the set of widgets that ship with each device. Instead, Flutter uses its high-performance rendering engine to draw widgets. In addition, Flutter is different because it only has a thin layer of C/C++ code.

Is Flutter stable?

Yes, Flutter 1.0 was launched on Dec 4th, 2018, and Flutter 2 on Mar 3rd, 2021. Since then, over 100,000 apps have shipped using Flutter to many hundreds of millions of devices.

What technology is Flutter built with?

Flutter is built with C, C++, Dart, and Skia (a 2D rendering engine). And uses Dart,a fast-growing modern language optimized for client apps. The underlying graphics framework and the Dart virtual machine are implemented in C/C++.

Can I use Flutter for more than mobile apps?

Yes, Flutter supports mobile, web, desktop, smart devices and embed devices.

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