In recent years, the market for mobile application development has been overgrown. With the possibility of future expansion, it was anticipated that in 2019 it would serve 2.5 billion users and generate more than 80 billion dollars. The creation of cross-platform solutions, Android, and iOS have emerged as three critical sectors that are determining the market's future growth. The latter method, which forgoes the strength of native programming, evolved as a means of rapidly producing applications for both major platforms. At the yearly Google I/O Conference in 2017, Google joined the club by announcing its Flutter framework. Flutter's stable release in December 2018 transformed it from an experimental SDK into a fully functional development tool that can be used for commercial purposes.
What is Flutter?
In 2013, YC established the company Flutter, which Google later purchased. A single codebase can be used to create hybrid and cross-platform applications using this open-source framework. As a result, developing Flutter for Android and iOS are quite similar. This feature facilitates the quick, simple, and uncomplicated building of apps. Flutter's programming language is Dart, which was made by Google and is only used in Flutter.
In addition to being a multi-platform framework, Flutter belongs to the group of hybrid frameworks along with Ionic, Xamarin, and React Native.
What Makes Flutter So Special?
Now let's take a closer look at the benefits of using Flutter for app development.
You may utilize the same code base for your iOS and Android apps because Flutter is cross-platform. In other words, the developer writes code once and then releases it for both iOS and Android. This will undoubtedly save you both time and money.
Flutter allows you to customize anything you see on the screen, no matter how complicated. This is one of its main advantages. While creating a highly customized user interface is typically available on native systems, the work involved is significantly different.
Flutter and Dart are both open-source and free to use, with rich documentation and community assistance to support you with any problems you may have.
You are not limited to mobile app development while using Flutter. There are now embeddable versions of Flutter for both the Web and desktop. For instance, Google demonstrated a preview of Flutter Web at this year's I/O conference, which allows users to run native Flutter apps in a browser without having to change the source code.
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