Flutter is a UI toolkit developed by Google that helps developers build natively compiled applications for mobile, web, desktop, and embedded devices from a single code base. Development is fast because the screen “hot reloads” as you develop, the architecture is layered for fast and expressive designs, and its widgets incorporate all critical platform differences such as scrolling, navigation, icons and fonts.
In this episode we talk about developing Flutter apps with Allen Wyma. Allen is a Founder of Plangora, a web and mobile development company that specializes in PHP, iOS with Swift, android with Java, WordPress, and Flutter. Allen is also an Elixir Mix Panelist at Devchat.tv where he interviews members of the Elixir community. We discuss Native app development and developing with Flutter.
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