Google launches version 1.0 of the cross platform development tool, allowing developers to start building common cross-platform applications with a single universal code base that works on both Android and iOS.
React Native has got a big following and still has a huge ecosystem, coupled with developer support, so Google must continue to do a lot of work in Flutter to succeed. There are already a number of apps on Android and iOS built on Flutter, so it's definitely a good start.
With Flutter 1.0, Google introduces new features like Dart 2.1, and a new feature that lets you add native iOS / Android components to your app, and vice versa. Google also launches a new project called Flutter Hummingbird, which provides the same mobile interface to the web. Google hopes to allow users to use the same code to make mobile apps available online, so it will generally compete with Facebook's React.
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