by on December 12, 2019
With no doubt, we know that mobile app development is a burgeoning sector. As we all know that the majority of smartphones have been increasing because no one wants to deal with the typical website. As of now, worldwide there are two operating systems platforms using by the majority i.e. iOS and Android. There was a time when mobile app development has to be performed for both the platforms separately and the process was quite lengthy because developers have to write down and test the codes for both the operating systems individually. So, later cross-platform has introduced for making things easier and there are a few contenders but flutter is the new entrant which has becoming a fastest and growing choice of many app developers.

Basic of flutter app development

The flutter has originally unveiled by the Google in 2018 and released with much fanfare in the latest MWC. It is the cross-platform open-source for developing mobile apps and built with Google’s own programming language which is DART. By using this programming language coders can write the code in the codebase and then compile it to both the iOS and Android.

Why Flutter App Development makes sense for the Developers

Below I mentioned the number of reasons why any mobile app development company should choose it over the other options.

Adds a new dimension to cross-platform development
Many of the developers have tried the conventional platform approach and complete it with the multiple processes for the same application. At last, there was something which is missing that is user experience is falling short for native application which is causing because of the javascript-based UX but in Flutter the developers can sort it with “write once and run anywhere” feature.

Sort of juggling between front-end and backend
There’s one liberation provided by flutter for Android app developers from shuttling between front-end and backend. The react-native framework offers a common single language to design the backend of the application. It all explains how it saves the time of developers. This is the reason Android app development companies considering and switching towards flutter.

Dart is Much Beneficial
Xamarin, React-Native, AngularJS are the prevalent and popular frameworks that depend upon Java. Here flutter releases them from dependency. As it deploys in house-programming of Google which is Dart and it lets the developers use Google’s material design specifications and graphics library. Using flutter lets the developers to taking benefit of a very powerful mobile framework.

Speed and Ease of Animation Creation
Most of the applications you are using in your smartphones deploy some amount of animations and interactivity is obviously developed by the developers but flutter has a nice tool named 2-Dimension Flare. This tool lets you handle the animation creation and optimization easily. With the help of this, the developers hardly think of animations.

Support for Various IDEs
With the help of flutter, you can integrate several development environments. The codes of flutter let you avail of the features which are commonly found in Android studio. The support of many IDEs is something you can never overlook.

Open Source Packages
Flutter offers the developer easy and instant access to all the number of source packages which makes it easier for them to accomplish all the several and technically complicated tasks.

Presence of a Thriving Community

Flutter might not be an application development sector but it has shown as a thriving online community. So, when the developers are about to SDK for the first time there is no need to worry about all the inputs and tips while working.

As of now, flutter is good for mobile application developers and it is less complex. It will going to be the future of the mobile app development company. The time is not far when companies will hire android app developers with Flutter skills or maybe wait not be too long you’ll see Flutter App Development Company offering services.

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