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This blip is not on the current edition of the radar. If it was on one of the last few editions it is likely that it is still relevant. If the blip is older it might no longer be relevant and our assessment might be different today. Unfortunately, we simply don't have the bandwidth to continuously review blips from previous editions of the radarUnderstand more
Nov 2019
Trial?

Several of our teams use Flutter and really like it. It's a cross-platform framework that enables you to write native mobile apps in Dart. It benefits from Dart and can be compiled into native code and communicates with the target platform without bridge and context switching. Flutter's hot-reload feature is still impressive and provides superfast visual feedback when editing code. We're confident in recommending that you try Flutter on one of your projects.

Nov 2018
Assess?

Flutter is a cross-platform framework that enables you to write native mobile apps in Dart. It benefits from Dart and can be compiled into native code and communicates with the target platform without bridge and context switching—something that can cause performance bottlenecks in frameworks such as React Native or Weex. Flutter's hot-reload feature is impressive and provides superfast visual feedback when editing code. Currently, Flutter is still in beta, but we'll continue keeping an eye on it to see how its ecosystem matures.

May 2018
Assess?

Flutter is a cross-platform framework that enables you to write native mobile apps in Dart. It benefits from Dart and can be compiled into native code and communicates with the target platform without bridge and context switching — something that can cause performance bottlenecks in frameworks such as React Native or Weex. Flutter’s hot-reload feature is impressive and provides superfast visual feedback when editing code. Currently Flutter is still in beta, but we’ll continue keeping an eye on it to see how its ecosystem matures.