Introduction to Flutter.

What is Flutter?

In a nutshell, it's a multi-layered system, making it easier to use higher layers and allowing you to communicate a lot with little code and lower layers giving you more flexibility to the detriment of having to deal with some complexity.

Flutter Architecture is entirely written in Dart. Most of the engine is written in C++, with Android-specific parts written in Java, and Objective-C-specific parts written on iOS. Unlike React Native, Flutter also offers reactive views, but by using a compiled programming language, namely Dart, Flutter takes a different path to prevent performance issues caused by the need for a JavaScript bridge.

With multiple platforms, Dart is compiled "beforehand" (AOT) into native code. It helps Flutter to connect with the network without having to go through a JavaScript bridge that will alter meaning. It also compiles native code that in effect increases startup times for applications.

In Flutter, all of this is about Widgets. Widgets are those components that influence and monitor an app's view and gui.

Flutter renders the widget tree and paints it to a platform canvas. This is nice and simple (and fast). It’s Hot-Reload capability allows real-time development experience.

Leaving you with introduction but will be back with real time tutorial very soon . till then comment and share ...!
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