What is Flutter?
Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. You can also embed Flutter!
Let’s see the reasons why to use flutter.
Stateful hot reload allows you to change your code and see it come to life is less than a second without losing the state of the app. Flutter also ships with a rich set of customizable widgets, all built from modem reactive framework.
Expressive + Flexible UI
Flutter moves to a widget, rendering, animation and gestures into this framework to give you to complete control over every pixel on the screen. It also provide the flexibility to build a custom design.
When you save your code on flutter it also get refreshed in emulator or mobile screen that gives updated output. It takes milliseconds only to get refresh the output.
Flutter apps follow platform conventions and interface details such as scrolling, navigation, icons, fonts, etc. That why apps built with Flutter features on both of the APPSTORE and GOOGLE PLAY STORE.
Same UI and Business Logic in All Platforms
we as a expert know that any cross-platform provides a way to share a single codebase between the target platforms. But there are no such application frameworks that allow sharing the both UI code the UI itself besides Flutter.
Also Flutter does not need any platform specific UI component to render it’s UI. The only thing Flutter needs to show the application UI in a canvas to draw onto.
Using Dart As A Programming Language
Dart is object oriented programming language that is used to develop mobile application in Flutter. It contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of app development flow. Dart uses a lot of css part to design the components. Dart also provide the garbage collection feature.
You can find various demo flutter app project that are attached below.
Flutter Counter – Bloc Pattern
Text To Speech Converter Using Flutter
Navigation Drawer (Sidebar) Using Flutter