Build cross-platform mobile applications with Flutter.
Back in the days of Objective C/Swift and Java/Kotlin as primary languages for mobile development, building apps was expensive. For you had to build two separate apps, creating an app took twice as work.
With cross-platform toolkits like Flutter, you can now develop an app for iOS and Android with a single codebase. This benefits web applications as well.
The effect – viable mobile application development for you and your business. See how investing in Flutter mobile development can benefit your idea. Learn when to use it and how does it compare to React Native.
Experience native performance on any device
92% of Flutter users are very satisfied or quite satisfied with the technology.
Why choose Flutter?
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What is Flutter?
Flutter is Google’s open-source SDK for creating cross-platform applications. It uses Dart as a programming language, ensuring a single codebase for your project. Introduced by Google in 2017, Flutter has been growing since, attracting a developers’ community and companies interested in rapid development of their apps.
This free toolkit enables software developers to simultaneously build mobile apps for iOS and Android. From a business perspective, Flutter offers the possibility to significantly reduce the development time and cost. This impacts both company’s bottom line and time-to-market for their product.
Companies using Flutter include Alibaba, Tencent, Google, eBay and Square.
Is Flutter the Future of Mobile Development?
Flutter is definitely not the first framework making it easier and less expensive to create cross-platform application. It has, however, some advantage that might change how many developers approach mobile app development.
For Android applications, Flutter can reduce the build time, offering intuitive tools, improving state management, and allowing to follow well known architectures like MVI. If you want your app to run on iOS, developers also don’t have to re-learn how they approach mobile development. Flutter offers equivalents for iOS elements, making it easy to adopt for experienced iOS developers.
In all, Flutter is a way to create apps faster, without extensive trainings, without comprising quality and performance.
When to choose Flutter?
If you use material design for your project – it’s even better! Remember that it’s a design language also introduced by Google, so these two are definitely a match. This way, you will ensure native performance and responsiveness your app’s content needs.
Compared to React Native, Facebook’s cross-platform framework, Flutter is good for UIs based widget sets, offers good documentation and toolkit, is stable and has a growing community of developers and businesses.
Process of developing Flutter application
We follow a proven process to deliver your project.
Analyse, understand, clarify.
Flutter app development.
Constantly help and improve.
The cost of Flutter app development
Flutter is a free, open-source toolkit. Developing your app with Flutter will require hiring software developers, whether by building your in-house team or investing in software outsourcing. The cost of the latter will depend on the scope of your project and hourly rates of a software development company you choose.
The cost of mobile development usually depends on the type of the project (e.g. game, business, entertainment, etc.), desired platforms, business logic, number of features, integrations, etc.
If you’re not sure about the details of your app architecture, software development team can also help you with this, as well as with choosing the right tech stack for your project.
We’re your team of Flutter developers
At SoftwareHut, we’re a team of 200+ experienced software developers, ready to deliver your Flutter application. With over 200 projects delivered for our clients, we know our craft when it comes to bespoke software development.
We’re an extended team, which means we can join your project at any time, working hand-in-hand with your in-house software developers. You don’t have a team? No worries, we take on entire projects, too.
We use the best tech on the market
What our clients say about us
Without the help of SoftwareHut we would not have been able to scale as quickly as we did.
SoftwareHut delivered a quality product, resulting in an ongoing partnership. The skill level and quality of work is fantastic as well as the responsiveness for requests. They're worth every penny.
The code delivered by SoftwareHut contributed to increased sales
Their team was well organized and disciplined, delivering exactly what was requested within the timeline and price point that they promised.
They’ve demonstrated their agility every time we had a new requirement
Under high pressure, they were quick to produce a great product, piling together resources at an impressive rate. As their amazing efficiency did not compromise the quality of their work, they've secured future collaboration.
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Do you have any questions?
We’ve covered some of the most frequently asked questions to make the decision easier for you.
Flutter is a cross-platform mobile development framework introduced by Google in 2017. Since then, it has been growing its adoption amongst software developers and companies looking for solutions to reduce the time and cost of mobile application development.
As a toolkit for cross-platform app development, it is an alternative to React Native created by Facebook in 2015. Although they differ when it comes to language and app architecture, the main idea is to create apps for different platforms easier and with less code required.
Today, both frameworks to choose when it comes to application development.
Flutter, on the other hand, offers a good performance, is relatively easy to learn, and supports widget-sets to create flexible UIs.
Today, Flutter is the main competitor of React Native when it comes to cross-platform development. Its popularity has been growing steadily over the last three years and we will continue to see its growth.
Also, big companies like Alibaba, Tencent, Google, eBay and Square now use Flutter, which is a prove that it can support big, demanding projects. Finally, it is an alternative to React Native and its limitations.