This is part three of a series of blog posts about getting started with Flutter. In part two, we used the Flutter plugin to create a new app project, ran the app using an Android Emulator and made use of Flutters’ Hot Reload feature
This is part two of a series of blog posts about getting started with Flutter. In part one, we covered what Declarative UI is and got setup with the Flutter SDK and Flutter Plugin for Android Studio
Flutter is a UI toolkit, allowing you to build a native UI across mobile, web and desktop. The beauty of Flutter is this is possible from a single codebase using declarative UI.
Last year I gave a lightning talk at droidcon London titled iOS For Android Developers. A tour of iOS and Android and the common development patterns each platform possesses. The goal of the talk to encourage developers to embrace developing for another mobile platform, to learn something new and better themselves.
I found out recently that I’ll be speaking at Droidcon London. It’s going to be my first Android conference I’ve attended and I’m excited that I’ll get to share the stage with so many other great speakers.