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Flutter is a free and open-source mobile UI framework created by Google and released in May 2017. In a few words, it allows you to create a native mobile application with only one codebase. This means that you can use one programming language and one codebase to create two different apps (for iOS and Android).

To develop with Flutter, you will use a programming language called Dart. The language was created by Google in October 2011, but it has improved a lot over these past years. Dart focuses on front-end development, and you can use it to create mobile and web applications

Benefits of Flutter:

-It saves you time and money Flutter is a cross-platform development tool. That means software developers can use the same code base for building an iOS and Android app.

-Excellent performance First, is uses Dart, which compiles into native code. Second, Flutter has its own widgets, so there’s no need to access OEM ones.

-Hot reload allows to instantly view the changes applied to the code on emulators, simulators, and hardware. The changed code is reloaded fast. All the while, the app is running and developers don’t need to waste time on restarting it.

-Developers will see fewer problems on different OS versions and can spend less time on testing the app on older OS versions. Also, your app will work on future OS versions.

-It is an open-source technology surrounded by an active community of developers who provide support, contribute to the tool’s extensive documentation, and develop helpful resources.

-Flutter is one of the most innovative mobile technologies on the market right now. The advantages it brings to development teams make it a promising candidate for the mobile technology of choice in the near future.


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