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So same today I am sharing hot topic of technology market. Flutter vs React Native; as such we know a year ago in Google io 17, Google announced flutter framework for mobile application development. Which is based on Dart language, it’s also developed by Google team. If missed this announcement, don’t worry you can checkout below video for the same.
Previously, we had React Native introduced by Facebook. It got an overwhelming response from the app developers. Google Flutter that helps to create cross platform apps with ease. By introducing Flutter, Google literally tried to resolve the issue of cross platform app development, which otherwise has always been a major challenge for the app developers. However, if we look at the current statistics, the market related to cross platform app development is expected to reach at $7.5 billion by this year.
However, the focal point of today’s discussion is making a very crucial comparison between two frameworks that help in creating cross platform apps. The opponents are Google Flutter on one hand and React Native on the other.
Flutter has been introduced last year only at the Google I/O Developer Conference 2017, while React Native has been there from 2015. Therefore, comparatively, the developers have just commenced using Flutter but React Native is proudly associated with giants like Facebook, Instagram, Skype and Bloomberg etc. React Native is an open source framework released on GitHub that paved the way for uniting both iOS and Android platform’s native APIs. However, Google’s Flutter has been a revolutionary move, which allows you to create Android and iOS highly responsive native apps at the same time.
What is Flutter?
A quick takeaways about Flutter: –
-It is the Dart Language. Say what Dart? !!! That’s the reaction of most developers.
- The recommended IDEs with Flutter plugins are Android Studio or Intellij Idea.
React Native and Flutter share similar paradigms like event handlers and class extension.
Flutter’s animation and install experience are really good and smooth respectively.
Flutter Vs. React Native –
Who Takes Less Development Time
The app developers work on very strict deadlines nowadays. Therefore, it becomes a bonus if they opt for a framework that offers shorter development time. So here, React Native has emerged as the winner as it reduces the time of app development. This is one of this biggest USPs.
And how does it provide that comfort to the developers? It has ready-to-use components, which upsurges the speed of cross platform app development. Although Flutter has also promised of high speed app development but it is still to be tried properly.
Well, it can be said that it is extremely difficult to pick the winner at the end, more so because both React Native and Flutter has their own set of pros and cons. One must not forget that Flutter is still new in the hub of app development industry and React Native made its inception way before to gain a good audience ground.
The final choice has to be made by the developers based on their specific requirements.