Google’s ‘Flutter’ Framework For Making iOS & Android Apps Is Now Ready In Beta
Google has announced
the first beta release
of its free and open source ‘Flutter
’ framework, which boasts dual-platform capabilities. ‘Flutter’ prides itself on quick development, flexible UI, and native performance to create apps that work on both iOS and Android.
Even though Google
already has an existing mobile SDK called ‘Android’, it isn’t leaving mobile app development to a sole solution. Furthermore, despite only being released in beta, Ars Technica
highlights that Google is already proudly endorsing the SDK through its own apps, such as AdWords, and its Fuchsia OS.
Advertisement‘Flutter’ was apparently
used to write a large part of Fuchsia’s UI. If the OS even comes into fruition, many of the apps developed through ‘Flutter’ would then technically also become Fuchsia apps, as the code could be easily ported over to the OS.
about ‘Flutter’ in its promotional video below and via its website
[via Ars Technica
, video via Google Developers
, image via video screenshot]