Flutter is a new open-source toolkit for Android that is the brainchild of Google and its ‘Open Flutter’ initiative. Flutter offers all the core functionality that you would expect from a ‘modern’ UI development toolkit, and if you are like me, you have been waiting for a way to get your hands on some of this awesome software. I’ve used many such tools over the years and although none of them quite did it for me, I have never had any real problems using them, and with Flutter I think I finally have the one tool that will solve my problems for me.
That’s because Flutter comes with a dev kit – the same as Android Studio itself, so if you have been using it to develop for Android then you already know that it is fully supported. It comes with a plethora of features, which is why this tool has become so popular and has been endorsed by the Android team.
Flutter works by allowing you to create a view of your app, and lets you run this view through code in the form of a ‘universal view’. This means that you can write your code once and have it work across all platforms – which should come in very handy when you’re developing a game or other such software.
On top of this, you will also be able to run this app on any other platform, with a single click, and have it render the app perfectly. From your app, you can also add more than one universal view to an app, meaning that you can get the experience on any platform you need.
You might remember the partnership between Google and Unity, which were a brilliant deal, with each company getting to gain access to a powerful 3D engine and a lot of tools. Flutter is similar, and it comes with a wealth of tools to help you make your apps look great.
The very powerful build system is used to automatically download the latest app versions, allowing you to push out updates much quicker. This is really useful, because it means that you don’t have to constantly re-download your app to see any new changes.
So, if you’re looking for a way to update your app, to keep it looking fresh, then you should seriously consider using Flutter. This is going to change the way you approach updating your apps, because your app will run even faster and you will end up with a smoother user experience.
Google is also aiming to make sure that the SDK supports all of the modern Android technologies, which includes support for AVFoundation, the framework used for HID devices. This means that you should have no problem getting everything working as expected.
As well as all this, the developer tool that they provide is really powerful, and as mentioned above, you can easily install multiple views to an app, meaning that you can get the best possible app experience. You can also easily build games, which is something that has been lacking for a long time now.
Finally, Flutter is made by Google, and it is currently compatible with Android 2.2, so it will work with any future version of Android. So, if you’re wondering how it is possible to use this toolkit for Android, the answer is that it has already been done, and they have made it so easy to use.
Now, if you’re considering using Flutter, the biggest thing to think about is whether or not it is going to work for you. The developers have taken a great deal of care with making sure that the SDK is compatible with the various versions of Android, but what do you think?