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Flutter is Google's mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source. Learn more at https://flutter.io

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Filip Hracek

Developer and manager working on Google’s Dart programming language and Flutter SDK; gamebooks enthusiast; https://filiph.net

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How to Create Stateless Widgets

When getting started with Flutter, one of the first things you need to learn about is stateless widgets. We recorded a series that covers…

The Power of WebViews in Flutter

Do you want to write an app that can display a web page without having to open your mobile device’s browser? Or maybe you already have a…

Flutter: Don’t Fear the Garbage Collector

Flutter uses Dart as a development language and as a runtime. Dart’s runtime is ever-present, both in debug and release modes, but there…

Flutter 1.0 Launch Wrap-up

A few reflections on Flutter Live, our global celebration of the Flutter 1.0 launch.

Managing Flutter Application State With InheritedWidgets

Everyone has heard that interactive applications can be decomposed into three parts: model, view, and controller. Anyone who has given…

Google Maps and Flutter

This article will show you step-by-step how to add a Google Map widget to your Flutter application.

Hummingbird: Building Flutter for the Web

At Flutter Live today, we announced that we are experimenting with running Flutter on the Web. In this post, we describe how we are…

Flutter Live — What to Expect from Google’s event

tl;dr: Flutter Live, a celebration of Google’s new mobile app SDK, is happening on December 4th. Watch it at g.co/FlutterLive.

Flutter on Raspberry Pi (mostly) from Scratch

This document describes an experiment in porting the Flutter engine to a target that is currently not supported. That fact that I used a…

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