Next generation of Flutter, built for web, mobile, and desktop
Google has unveiled version 2.0 of Flutter, it’s open source UI development kit that helps app builders build cross-platform software from the same codebase. While the upgrade penetrator in a spread of new features, launch event was perhaps mostly designed to highlight Flutter’s continued transition beyond mobile to support apps wherever they reside — the web, desktop, and even emerging form factors such as foldables.
Flutter 2.0 has been released to stable, and with it, there is stable web support. This means that Flutter is now safe to use in production-quality web projects.
A major upgrade to Flutter that enables developers to create beautiful, fast, and portable apps for any platform. With Flutter 2, you can use the same codebase to ship native apps to five operating systems: iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux; as well as web experiences targeting browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge. Flutter can even be embedded in cars, TVs, and smart home appliances, providing the most pervasive and portable experience for an ambient computing world.
In closing, from all of us here on the Flutter Team at Google we want to say — thank you.
Without your continued support and excitement for what we’re all creating, it wouldn’t have been possible to become one of the most vibrant global developer communities in the world. We can’t wait to see what you’ll build next.
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