Flutter is an application development framework from Google for creating cross-platform mobile applications (in iOS and Android). As mentioned on the official website, it aims to make the development as easy, quick, and productive as possible. Features such as Hot Reload, a vast widget catalog, very good performance, and a solid community contribute to meeting that objective and make Flutter a pretty good mobile development framework. This post is an excerpt from the book Google Flutter Mobile Development Quick Start Guide by Packt Publishing written by Prajyot Mainkar, and Salvatore Giordano.
Google IO is a a mega event and annual developers conference organized and hosted by Google at their California headquarters where they share the updates about their new products, hardware, software, platform, innovations etc. Android has grown into a very huge product for Google over the years. And each year Google IO event contains lots of new updates and feature announcements for Android. As an Android developer working for almost a decade, 8 years to be precise, I have always wondered what its like to attend the event in person.
My first talk on Flutter vs. Other Frameworks Me giving talk on Flutter I recently shared with you about Pakistan’s first Flutter meetup in Karachi. Well, it happened on 10th November, 2018. Flutter Meetup #1 — Karachi It was organized by Flutter Karachi in collaboration with 10 Pearls University as venue partner. There were about 40+ persons who attended the meetup. More than 75% were professionals in various tech such as web development, mobile development, backend etc.
The Pub(lication) for all about the Flutter and its magic. Since in late June 2018 when Flutter moved from beta phase to the release phase, I have been trying to find time to explore this amazing mobile development framework and learn a few things about it. And believing in the ***“Knowledge for free, knowledge for all” ***philosophy, I have always tried to share my knowledge with others through writing on my blog, Medium, AndroidPub, books, or public speaking.