Flutter Cross-Platform Development
No Apprehension for choosing Flutter over Other App Development Tools : With features like Hot-reload, code changes in Flutter are reflected as soon as the alterations are made. The Hot-reload usually doesn’t take more than milliseconds, which in turn, helps developers to maintain high speeds and dynamicity for mobile app development.
Faster Development Process: Unlike other Cross Platform tools, Flutter gives UI feel like native apps.
Save Time and Money: Since Flutter apps are cross-platform, the testers do not always require to run the same set of tests on different platforms, such as iOS and Android, for the same app. Cross-platform application development enables applications to run on multiple platforms by writing the programming code only once. This saves the time of the testing team. Thus, Flutter is used extensively by every mobile app developer.
Access of Native Features: It is extremely simple to set-up Flutter. Application developers can easily have access to native features of low-level machines where Flutter is initiated.
Excellent User Interfaces: With built-in design-centric widgets, high-end development tools, advanced APIs, scrolling and navigation features, etc., Flutter helps in the creation of stunning and expressive user interfaces.
Good For Startups : Flutter is good for developing MVP (Minimum Viable Product) apps due to its speedy development process and cross-platform nature. Many modern undertakings and SMEs are thus employing flutter to increase development speeds and get the maximum outputs at lower costs.
Saves cost and development effort by using the same code for deployment of Android and iOS.
A better than Native Experience because of the tuning with Mobile Devices’ GPU (Graphic Processing Unit)
Eliminate the need of App Store update approval. Make live updates on the fly, without going through app stores.
Enables you to see the results of change in code as and when the developers make them.
Available for free, developers can implement its libraries and use them in APIs without any operability issues.