Flutter, Google’s UI toolkit for building mobile Android and iOS applications, hit its version 1.0 release today. In addition, Google also today announced a set of new third-party integrations with the likes of Square and others, as well as a couple of new features that make it easier to integrate Flutter with existing applications.
At its core, Flutter is a standalone, binary executable; making it a game-changer not only on mobile, but on desktop as well.
Writing once and deploying natively on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux and additionally sharing all the business logic to the web (using AngularDart) is a big deal.
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