Is Flutter the best framework for your project?
The evolution of Flutter in the last few years certainly brought many new arguments in favor of cross-platform development. More and more projects that were previously destined to be natively complied can now be developed according to the WORA (write once, run anywhere) philosophy, thanks to Flutter.
And most importantly, Flutter advanced to the point that it allows devs to create such apps in the cross-platform approach without cutting corners.
To sum up, it’s one of the most universally liked frameworks by developers because it allows them to work efficiently and deliver outstanding results. But enough about the developers.
Why should CEOs like Flutter?
1. Fast and cost-efficient development process with Dart,
which is considered one of the most liked programming
languages in the community.
2. One source code for all operating systems, both mobile and desktop, which greatly reduces costs (Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Linux).
3. Constantly evolving technology backed by Google (no risk of dying out).
4. Impeccable app performance compared to many competing solutions.
5. Widely known and liked (large community makes it easy to extend or build a dev team for a project).
The last one can be particularly important. The ease of use and popularity of Flutter makes knowledge transfer smooth and simple, allowing owners to start their own dev team after the app blooms or get another round of investment. The same goes for team extensions.
Of course, Flutter still isn’t an all-purpose solution. It shouldn’t be picked only based on its own advantages. The choice of technology for a project matters a lot, and it should be made after a detailed project discovery process. Only after we know the key requirements can we make a good decision.