Flutter is a free and open-source UI software development kit introduced by Google. The Flutter SDK provides high-performance, native experiences on iOS and Android in record time. The platform enables developers to build beautiful mobile applications. It has a rich ecosystem of widgets, components, and design tools that make it easy for designers to collaborate with developers. Many of its features have been inspired by Material Design concepts. They are adapted to suit the needs of modern app development.
Mobile operating systems
Software development kits
Software development kits (SDKs) are platforms that let you build apps for a specific operating system. SDKs can be free, but they may also be paid options.
If you’re familiar with software development tools, then you’ll know that an SDK is just another form of “tool” or “package”. With Flutter, Google provides you with everything you need. It builds cross-platform mobile apps using Dart—the programming language that Flutter uses—and its native rendering engine called Skia.
User interface markup languages
Flutter is a mobile app development framework created by Google. It uses Dart as its primary programming language. Flutter applications can be compiled into native code for Android or iOS.