Posts Tagged "Android"

What’s new in Flutter 3

The recent release of Flutter v3.0 is now stable for macOS and Linux, in addition to Windows! There are several exciting things coming as part of this release, including the update on Flutter’s support for macOS and Linux, significant performance

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What’s new in Flutter 2.10

We can’t believe it’s time again for a Flutter 2.10 stable release! There are several exciting things to announce as part of this release, including a big update on Flutter’s support for Windows, several significant performance improvements, new support for

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What’s new in Flutter 2.8

Flutter aims to change how apps are built. It unites mobile, web, desktop, and embedded development into a single toolkit: letting developers focus first on what they want to build, rather than which platforms they want to target; offering a

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How to improve the performance of your React Native App

React-Native(RN) apps suffer huge performance issues as compared to native apps. During initial development days, such challenges are ignored but as soon as the app grows developers find it difficult to improve. Sometimes, extreme calls to dump the RN app

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Announcing XD to Flutter v2.0!

Flutter is Google’s open-source UI toolkit for building beautiful apps for mobile, desktop, web, and embedded devices from a single codebase. Over the last couple of years, it has become the leading choice for developers who want to build apps

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What’s new in Flutter 2

Web As of today, Flutter’s web support has transitioned from beta to the stable channel. With this initial stable release, Flutter pushes reusability of code to another level with the support of the web platform. So now when you create

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Pros and cons of React Native development in 2021

React Native, next to Flutter and PWA, was called a revolution in cross-platform app development and delivering great mobile experience. Code repository that’s shareable between platforms? Reusable components? That definitely sounds tempting. React Native has been praised for its “Learn

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Flutter Windows Alpha is just announced

Windows remains a popular choice for desktop and laptop devices, with Microsoft reporting over one billion active devices running Windows 10. Our own statistics show that over half of all Flutter developers use Windows, so it’s a natural target for

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What’s new in Flutter 1.2

Ongoing vision with Flutter is to provide a portable toolkit for building stunning experiences wherever you might want to paint pixels on the screen. With every release, we continue to push towards ensuring that Flutter is fast, beautiful, productive and

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How to improve app startup using I/O prefetching

In Android 11, it’s introduced IORap, a new feature which greatly improves application startup times. We have observed that apps start more than 5% faster (cold startup) on average across a variety of devices. Some hero cases show 20%+ faster

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