What is Flutter and what opportunities it opens for the mobile cross platform app development?

Flutter is the framework with the open code developed by the Google company, launched in 2017. Since that time, it’s one of the top-3 solutions of this niche. It is used by such big companies as Alibaba, Google Ads, App Tree, Reflectly and My Leaf. It proves the high quality of the framework.

The usage of Flutter allows creating cross-platform apps for iOS and Android platforms in a quick way. Thanks to Flutter, you can reduce financial and temporary expenses for development, as there’s no need to create another separate application for each platform as it happens on native solutions.

Flutter doesn’t use native components. Instead, UI elements are created in the framework with the graphic motor.

It means all graphic elements visible in the users’ interface are created on the base of the ready widgets.

What are the tasks of the Flutter cross platform mobile app development?

Cross-platform and savings on the resources for development

The framework of Flutter enables to avoid creating two separate applications for iOS and Android. With Flutter, a mobile application is created only one time, and it’s compatible to iOS and Android. It allows creating and launching the application in the market faster, and obviously, avoid expenses and problems related to the double development and search of developers for each platform.

Universality and width of usage

Compared to React Native, Flutter is less dependent on the other components libraries that in React Native can be incompatible with some platforms.

Productivity

Flutter uses a completely new approach to rendering compared to React Native.

The framework Flutter allows creating own widgets, and for rendering graphic processor is applied, while React Native uses native components from the libraries, and it affects the productivity.

The programming language also plays an important role. Flutter uses Dart. Written code is compiled into ARM code that is processed quickly by the processor. 

The framework React Native uses JavaScript and the bridge applied for the interpretation of UI elements calls Java API, or Objective-C in order to reflect the components in iOS and Android. Sometimes, it slows down the work of applications.

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