What is the future of Flutter?


As most people know, the development of mobile apps in Google is really hard, it is no surprise that flutter has also faced a lot of challenges on Android and iOS platforms. In fact, it became a rage among developers to shift development away from Java and started using flutter for building applications. It was like this because most app development companies want to develop iOS apps in Xamarin or flutter apps in the Ionic framework.

In my opinion that there are two reasons why Google decided to switch from one platform to another. First, because of Apple’s influence. If you’re an iPhone user, you use Mac OS X. So your future app will be more stable if you build a native iOS app with Flutter. The second reason is that Google wants to make its products open and secure, so it needed to make sure all its apps can run across different OS with many versions. That’s what made google choose flutter as their new OS for Android. We’ll talk about some major benefits which make developing apps on flutter a great choice for software companies.

Flutter App Development

The primary advantage of writing code in flutter is it uses a reactive language called web3.js, you write the logic in javascript files and you can see state changes and data in flutter right away. This means that when you develop any application, you don’t need that much effort to rebuild your entire project each time a bug appears because you have no dependency on other libraries like react which allows you to rewrite every single class in your app and let other frameworks (like node.js) handle the UI. When you’re working on multiple projects on flutter, you can switch between them without any problem and share and work together. You’ll do so by adding ‘class actions’(also called widgets) to your flutter app which will allow different users to add more and more views and elements to your app. It doesn’t matter whether they want to connect to the database or not in terms of authentication.

Flutter Framework vs Java

While implementing an android app, we often need to modify existing classes that were developed before. For example, changing the layout, changing the model, etc.

But you may wonder how to manage complex layers in such a way when your application is deployed through various platforms such as iOS, watchOS, Windows, Windows Phone, and Android/macOS. To address these problems, flutter provides the framework for managing those layers. These include modules and middleware.

Flutter offers several advantages over JVM:

React Native: It takes care of the UI layer which helps to render and updates every time you change the interface.

UI toolkit: With this feature, you get access to all useful tools provided by flutter

Language support: You can use JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and PHP languages.

Community: As an online community there are a few large communities where one can find answers, information, or help in solving certain questions.

Flutter can easily generate native iOS or macOS apps for the OS platform. Because it is used on top of a simple Html file and JavaScript, you never want to install things. But you can download the binaries to get started.

For beginners: There are three main programming languages. They are Dart, Python, and Js.dart has many libraries for UI, Node, and web development, but Js is the easiest language to learn because there is a large number of available libraries.

For older programmers: Flutter doesn’t require full memory, so you don’t need to install any other libraries so that your app will always run on one core device.

Flutter frameworks are divided according to the target OS. At first glance, React Native looks very appealing, but it requires deep knowledge. On the contrary, it’s simpler since you don’t need to install anything. Even you’ll be able to take advantage of built-in UI components.

Fluttering is also easy, powerful, and adaptable because every screen needs to be created separately in code. However, it is best if you are just learning the basics — once you get into the groove and become fluent with one particular project then you can start creating unique applications for other types of OSes also.

Flutter has a rich API. Using custom events and hooks, you can implement any kind of functionality to your app. The main advantage here is that it allows you to create independent parts to your application and that makes it easier to extend.

Flutter Apps and MVC pattern to simplify app development.

There are some similarities between Javascript to Swift:

Javascript and Swift

Both Javascript and Swift are open-source languages, hence we don’t need to worry about licensing or dealing with issues related to copyright. Both frameworks can be written on multiple levels.

Javascript and C++ are similar. You need to know the basic syntax of Javascript and that allows you to write smart programs. And it is recommended that you should know at least basic C or C++ as well.

Javascript requires some training and experience to be proficient at it as soon as it comes to coding. Otherwise, you will face lots of errors later with some advanced concepts.

Swift is extremely flexible. After getting some experience, you can start to look for a developer but remember: you can build many applications on one machine and there is no requirement to have a separate MacBook.

The most obvious difference between swift and c++ is that one does not rely directly on the underlying hardware, Swift is built using pure C and therefore it runs on any CPU.


In conclusion, nowadays there are plenty of options available to choose from. Just pick one which matches your budget and your technical background. Maybe you might run out of money on your next vacation and looking for a good job, maybe someone can offer to pay your salary. But it is your decision and you can choose whatever you want for yourself and your family.

If you want to continue developing apps with Flutter, follow my advice of choosing one popular framework instead of switching to many small ones. A huge list of free resources is available. It will save your time and energy, and you’ll never forget your precious time spent researching flutter frameworks.

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