Experience With Flutter And React Native

Flutter vs React Native

Do you want to build apps efficiently and reduce cost with cross-platform development but are confused about which technology to use then this blog is the right place to get free of your confusions.

In this article, we will compare the famous technologies Flutter and React Native from a developer’s point of view and help you gain an inside-out look so that you can choose what is right for you.

What is Flutter?

Flutter is a comprehensive app software development kit(SDK) that comes with various widgets and tools developed by Google in the year 2017. It gives developers an easy path to build applications for mobile(IOS, ANDROID), web, and desktop using a single codebase.

more about flutter…..

  • It is an open and free source.
  • It is based on Dart, an object-oriented programming language, which is comparatively easy to learn than other programming languages especially for developers who are already familiar with languages like Java and C#.
  • Flutter uses its own widgets which are fast, attractive, and easily customizable.
  • Even Though Flutter was released in 2017 it looks mature for its age as it has been receiving new updates with effective improvements at a very fast pace.

Mobile Apps Made Using Flutter

  1. Glasier Wellness Inc
  2. FoodVault
  3. FoodVault Partner

Pros and Cons Of Flutter

Pros:

  • From a developer’s point of view it seems that flutter gives a more dynamic -and quick app development process. Due to the feature called Hot reload the changes that are made to the code can easily be seen in the application. This characteristic of flutter comes in very handy when you want to experiment with your code and want to see the changes it does to your application instantly. 
  • You have to write just one single code and using the same code flutter will help you build the application for both iOS and Android platforms. Isn’t that time-saving?
  • Thanks to Skia Graphics Library which helps flutter apps to run smoothly and quickly. The reason why flutter delivers 60fps is that most of its work is done on GPU.
  • As flutter has its custom widgets which are taken care of by the