Creation of Applications: Why Use Flutter?
Certainly, you have heard of Flutter. Im going to show you some reasons in this article that inspired me to use it in my projects.
Flutter is a cross-platform native development system built by Google that is free and open source. Flutter supports mobile devices (Android & iOS), desktop devices (Windows, Mac OS, Linux, etc.), embedded devices (Raspberry Pi, Google Home Hub, etc and the internet. Flutter is still young, but has begun to prove himself already. Some big names in technology have already won over the structure: Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce company, used it for its Xianyu application. Using Flutter, apps such as Reflectliy, Hamilton Musical and many more. Google uses it in its products as well (Google Ads and Google Greentea ).There is a strong community in which the structure is designed.
Flutter comes with a great number of UI widgets out of the box, unlike React Native. A Flutter applications entire user interface is written in Dart. External DSL UIs do not ask you to use (i.e. HTML or XML files).
Flutter widgets, as with React or Xamarin, are not native widgets . Flutter himself sketches certain graphical elements. Since the use of native UI components is costly, platforms are frequently modified, which can take longer for a system to adapt to new versions.
While solutions such as Xamarin are good at exchanging logical codes, they are not ideal for the reuse of UI code from the application. As for Flutter, to build your applications user interface, its engine has everything you need. As a result, Dart does not use a bridge to connect with the devices native modules that it is running on. And Flutter apps are explicitly compiled in machine language, which is a guarantee of the applications success and uniqueness. Your application will be as successful as the same (interface) regardless of the platform (Android, iOS, etc.).
The developer benefits from a very useful functionality with Darts JIT (Just-In-Time) mode of operation: Hot Reload . The principle of Hot Reload with Flutter is to fix the issue of the time needed between each build. This feature allows the developer to create user interfaces, test and add various features, as well as identify and correct bugs easily without ever needing to rebuild their application. It then becomes much easier to construct a Flutter application.
Native features such as software development kits (SDKs), third party libraries and the reuse of existing native code can also be accessed by the developer (Swift, Objective C, Java, and Kotlin).Flutter is then placed in mobile and desktop development as a serious competitor faced with solutions such as React, Electron, Xamarin, Nativescript, etc.Ive already adopted it and Im pretty happy to tell me if youre going to do the same in the comments.
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William is a senior specialist in Software Development Solution and a dedicated blogger. With some of the leading multinational labels, he has working experience. He is currently related to Maven Digital, a well-established UAE Mobile App Development Company.