Flutter is an open-source UI software development kit created by Google, it combines the quality of native apps with the flexibility and speed of cross-platform development. It was ranked as the most loved framework by developers on StackOverflow due to its fantastic features and performance, and we couldn’t agree more.
Apps for iOS & Android with one codebase
Flutter allows us to write one codebase and deploy on both iOS, Android. Typically to build native mobile applications you would need to build one app for iOS (in Swift or Objective C), and another for Android (in Java). Dart is the single programming language used to develop Flutter apps, cross-platform.
Build apps faster & cheaper
Because there is a singular code-base to built your app in Flutter, this creates consistency and requires less time and resources to develop and maintain - that means a faster development cycle with a lower cost for you.
For other cross-framework tools, they can’t render the same look and feel of a native app like Flutter does. Instead of building on top of native UI components (like React Native, PhoneGap and Xamarin), Flutter draws the UI from scratch, maintaining the native experience and feel of the app, as well as its excellent performance across platforms.
In the big scheme of things, Flutter is still a young framework but growing quickly with a fanatical community of developers and applications. With companies such as Tencent, ByteDance, Alibaba and Google adopting it to make apps for their own customers, Flutter is only getting bigger and better with each release.
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