Use Flutter to reach users of both iOS and Android devices
Building an app with native performance is simple using a Flutter development process.
Customizable UI widgets
The development model is based on objects. In Flutter, each object – button or font – is a widget. Widgets are at the core of the Flutter concept – using them is a lot like building with blocks, and they allow you to design beautiful apps easily.
At the same time, your Flutter app development team gets access to the lowest level of the code, where they can create new widgets – customized to your needs. They do so using the same tools the Flutter team used to build the default widgets.
Hot reload for faster design
Flutter features hot reload, a valuable function that boosts the productivity of developers. Hot reload lets developers see their changes in real time, allowing them to code faster and with greater accuracy.
Easy to learn
Thanks to Google's support and developers contributing to the open source project, Flutter is growing rapidly. This means that there is an increasing number of Flutter developers, making it more accessible to businesses.
Dart is modern and effective
The language behind Flutter is similar to C++ and Java, particularly in the way it compiles the source code. Dart is accessible even for beginners thanks to its unsurprising object orientation and syntax.
Additionally, the Dart language combines both ahead-of-time (AOT) and just-in-time (JIT) compilation, which gives Flutter apps their high performance. Unlike the languages used in native Android development, Dart does not need separate XML files from the layout, which means faster and easier development.
With Flutter, you don't have to worry about internationalization: Flutter supports 24 languages. Apart from this, it has built-in currencies, dates, units of measure, as well as layout options adapted to the languages around the world that are not written from left to right.
Moreover, Flutter is fully accessible by providing large fonts, enhanced contrast, and screen readers for those who need it.
Flutter has clear and well-written documentation, and there are valuable tutorials available online, plus it has a growing community of developers around the world who are happy to provide support. This means that there are more and more young developers using Flutter, making it more accessible to businesses.