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The “Shope” e-Commerce UI Kit has the goal to help you to save time with the frontend development. You can use this template to build your apps for Android and iOS in Flutter. The UI Kit includes all resources you need to reuse the components, it includes 38 screens, assets, icons, and fonts. . Flutter read more
Multi Restaurant Flutter App UI Kit UI Kit inspired by the Flutter framework, made by Google. With the mission of reducing thousands of hours of business spent on designing, developing and testing a mobile app, Multi Restaurant Flutter App UI Kit comes as a complete user interface for optimizing to deliver your app to the read more
E-Commerce Flutter App UI Kit UI Kit inspired by the Flutter framework, made by Google. With the mission of reducing thousands of hours of business spent on designing, developing and testing a mobile app, Multi Restaurant Flutter App UI Kit comes as a complete user interface for optimizing to deliver your app to the market read more
Complete Flutter SuperChat Social Media App with Firebase Backend Both Android & IOS, You can easily Connect this Flutter app with Firebase Demo App :- https://sites.google.com/view/superchatapk Both Android & IOS Features Google Flutter Native mobile application with full source code Google SignIn Flutter Flat UI with Material design Upload your Images & videos Capture your read more
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Flutter is a user interface (UI) toolkit base in Dart programming language. Using flutter there is the simplest way to create cross-platform applications for Android and iOS based on a single codebase.
While the thought of learning yet another programming language may be off-putting, there are some pretty compelling reasons to give Flutter a try.
Cross-platform: By using the same renderer, framework, and libraries lets you create a single UI to run on both Android and iOS. To ensure your application feels equally at home on either platform. Flutter provides widgets styled according to Cupertino (iOS) and Material Design (Android) guidelines. Plus a number of packages that give you access to some platform-specific services and APIs.
Compatible with other programming languages: Flutter integrates with Java code on Android and Objective-C and Swift on iOS. So you don’t have to completely rewrite your existing applications to start using Flutter. Hot reload. It’s common practice to work on your application’s code while the application itself is running on an Android device to test changes as you make them. The time it takes Android Studio to push each set of changes to the running application can really eat into your development time. To help you be more productive, Flutter has a “hot reload” feature that can inject updated source code into a running Dart Virtual Machine (VM).
Using hot reload, you’ll typically see the results of your changes in under a second. Application state is also preserved, so you don’t need to spend time recreating the desired state manually. If your app has a login screen you won’t have to re-enter your login credentials following each hot reload.