Flutter is a versatile, open-source UI software development kit created by Google. It is used to develop cross-platform applications, from mobile to web, and desktop to embedded devices. It can also be used on 4 different Operating Systems: Windows, MacOS, Linus, and Chrome OS.
So how does it fare for the developers that use it?
Flutter transforms the app development process so you can ship faster and even deploy to six targets (Android, iOS, web, etc.) from a single codebase. It is also incredibly fun to use due to its innate simplicity and smooth design flow. There is also a plethora of documentation, FAQs, showcases and even learning journeys (walkthroughs) to guide users to get the most out of Flutter and feel confident and well supported along the way.