Build beautiful native apps in record time

Flutter is Google’s mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.

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Joshua Pinter
Product at CNTRAL. Maker of ntwrk.
So this is Google's React Native? I wonder how it compares.
Roberto MartinezI'm a developer. I like UX and cheese.
@joshuapinter I wonder if it's more like Expo than RN. Still not sure.
Arthur EudelineWeb developer and proven technophile
@joshuapinter, no it doesn't work the same. There is no tools like expo for react native yet, but react native will just link React JavaScript code to a pseudo DOM made of Native components, where Flutter will user Dart Code compiled to machine language ARM, it will have best performances and the fact that all the UI is built on top of Skia, a Dart framework for ui, Flutter won't rely on native components but will render is own, it means that you'll have the exactly same rendering on both android ios, and soon Web and desktop apps ;) There is a very short video to explain what Flutter is if you're interested
Jeet VithalaniCEO at Gathrr
@joshuapinter we have been working with Flutter for over 1 year now and it is flawless. Speed and Production time both are very fast.
Akshay Kadam(A2K)
Maker of all things JavaScript 😘
Just like React Native has its cons, what applications can't be made using Flutter?
Chris Messina
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Just announced at MWC — Google's Flutter is now in beta.
Rebecca AlexanderFounder, AllGo
@chrismessina Our consumer Flutter app is now live in both stores. Glad we made this choice overall. #TeamFlutter
Jarod Stewart
Sr. Software Engineer, Yonomi
Only con, uses Dart? They keep wanting that to be something... maybe?
Vinayak JoshiCEO, LearningConcepts.

looks promising. finally one UI framweork made by either google or apple that can be used for both iOS and Android


made by google!


none so far

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