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Flutter

Flutter is an open-source UI software development toolkit created by Google.

It is used to build natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase.

Flutter uses the Dart programming language and provides a rich set of pre-designed widgets and tools for developing high-performance, visually attractive applications.

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When to use Flutter?

Cross-Platform Mobile Apps

Flutter is used to develop mobile applications for both Android and iOS from a single codebase.

This allows developers to write one set of code and deploy it on both platforms, significantly reducing development time and costs.

Prototyping and MVP development

Flutter is ideal for quickly prototyping and developing minimum viable products (MVPs).

Its hot-reload feature and extensive widget library enable rapid iteration and experimentation during the early stages of product development.

Web Aplications

Flutter enables the creation of web applications that run on modern web browsers.

 

Developers can build responsive and interactive web interfaces using the same codebase as their mobile apps.

Embedded Devices
 

Flutter can be used to develop applications for embedded devices.

This capability allows developers to create interactive and visually appealing user interfaces for devices like smart displays and IoT gadgets.

Desktop Applications

Flutter supports building desktop applications for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

This allows for a consistent application experience across multiple devices, leveraging the same Flutter codebase for desktop platforms.

Game Development

Flutter is employed in the development of simple 2D games and interactive applications.

With its robust graphics engine and support for animations, Flutter can create engaging gaming experiences, though it's more suited for less complex game projects.

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