Apple’s app store has 1.84 million apps, and the google play store has 2.7 million apps as per the 2020 March statistics. Mobile app development has become very important for all business domains. Because of the increasing competition and challenging market, every business needs some apps capable of running on both Android, iOS, and Web. With a tight budget and less time, it is not possible to develop separate apps for every platform. How best would it be to create excellent apps in iOS and Android with less programming knowledge? If you are doubtful, then try Flutter. But Flutter does this job entirely, as this is the best cross-platform framework designed by Google for running your single code on any platform.
Flutter is Google’s open-source, cross-platform app development framework offered to the developers. Flutter lets you code for Windows, Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Google, and Web with a single code. Flutter provides a speed of 120 frames per second hit consistently on your device. You can also do hot reloads to your existing app, without crashes in the current state.
The framework of Flutter:
Flutter uses its own graphics rendering engine called Skia which is google’s performance graphics engine. This gives you complete control over the entire pixels which are present in the screen, opening the door to new possibilities.
Start-ups prefer Cross-Platform apps:
Over 100 million startups are opening their business every year. Many startups are framed on an excellent concept but run on minimal budgets. So developing an app in a short time to run on all platforms will be the best choice. Flutter stands as the one-stop solution for their needs.
Flutter, though brought into the market in 2018, it has established itself ahead of other programming languages. Google’s support for Flutter is awe-inspiring, with many libraries for app implementation and functionality. Both developers and businesses like flutter for its reasonable cost, development speed, and usability. Flutter maintains the natural look of the app in both Android and iOS. The launch of the apps is based on the combination of the rendering engine and Flutter. The rendering engine is the C++ platform, and the language used is Dart. The files generated in each app are assembled on the SDK and rendered to the specific platform.
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