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Flutter: the future of ambient computing!

Over the last year, I have switched from developing native Android apps with Java/Kotlin to developing cross-platform native apps with Flutter. And boy am I having a blast!

Flutter is Google’s portable UI toolkit for crafting beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. Flutter uses neither WebView nor the OEM widgets that ship with devices. Instead, Flutter uses its own high-performance rendering engine to draw the UI. This allows Flutter to be run on the web, embedded devices and desktop as well.

Within a year of becoming stable, the industry has welcomed Flutter with open arms. Dart, the programming language behind Flutter, was the fastest growing language on GitHub in 2019. Flutter was a top 3 growing project on GitHub 2019. Flutter is also in the top ten most starred GitHub repositories of all time, surpassing React-Native.

I think it’s time that we all got exposed to this awesome new technology!

 

About the speakers



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Ryan Susana

Software engineer

Ryan is a freelance software engineer that has been writing code for nearly 10 years. He enjoys creating beautiful, expressive and innovative products for small to medium businesses. He specializes in developing modern frontend and backend solutions with tools like Java, Kotlin, JavaScript, the Google Cloud Platform, Docker, Kubernetes and as of recently Dart/Flutter.

Ryan believes that the true lifeblood of software is open source. In his spare time he contributes to the open-source community and enjoys organizing large and fun parties.

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