Flutter is Google’s cross-platform mobile app software development kit (SDK) that makes it possible to create apps for iOS and Android from one codebase.
As a specialist Flutter application development company, at Sush Labs we’ve developed and deployed many pixel-perfect apps for both iOS and Android using Flutter.
Flutter is an open-source SDK that uses a C++ rendering engine and is based on the programming language Dart.
Flutter’s architecture is based on reactive programming, which enables it to behave synchronously with data streams and propagation of change. This makes the user interface responsive and delivers native-level usability.
Flutter uses the programming language Dart, which compiles into binary code and as such achieves performance levels comparable to Objective-C and Swift in iOS, and Java and Kotlin in Android. It is also well supported by Google and has clear and well-written documentation.
From the very early days of app development, at Sush Labs we’ve valued the idea of having a one source codebase that can work across platforms. Why? Because it means we can optimise our client’s investments for creating and maintaining apps.
Before Flutter, we built apps using Sencha, Phonegap, Xamarin and Appcelerator, and more recently Ionic and React. However, these platforms have caused issues with the development and compatibility across operating systems, allowing only very basic functionality to be truly cross-platform.
Once we tried Flutter we realised the power and potential it offers. While there are certain applications we wouldn’t recommend our customers to develop in Flutter, the possibilities of what can be achieved with this SDK are significant.
Flutter offers a comprehensive environment for efficient mobile app development.
With a comprehensive framework, in-built widgets and tools, it enables our mobile development team to produce and launch apps faster for both iOS and Android.
At Sush Labs, in order to get the best for our clients we bring lean startup principles into our app development process.
One of the suggested methods is to create a minimum viable product, or MVP. Driven with an experimentation mindset, to create a MVP a business builds only what’s absolutely necessary and is then able to test riskiest assumptions.
Flutter allows us to build a version of your idea that is as simple as possible so we can validate assumptions about early adopters and market size. This helps us to better meet business aims and create an app that achieves its purpose.
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