Today, at the Flutter Live event in London, Google announced the first stable release of Flutter, its cross-platform UI toolkit. Flutter is intended to help developers build attractive, native app experiences from a single codebase. While cross-platform UI toolkits are nothing new, Flutter is unique in how it emphasizes speed and developer control above all else. UI elements can take advantage of GPU rendering, as Flutter uses the same Skia 2D graphics engine as Google and Android. In addition, Flutter compiles natively to 32-bit or 64-bit ARM code for both Android and iOS. And unlike other cross-platform toolkits, Flutter does this…

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Google launches Flutter 1.0 — its fast, powerful cross-platform app UI toolkit
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