Perfect for MVP
Flutter is a perfect platform for prototyping and running a minimum viable product (MVP). A simple app prototype can be built within the shortest terms. With Android, similar development requires much more time.
The experience of our flutter development company has shown that Flutter can cover the needs of most mobile development requests, while functionality and sophistication of the technology allow using it in many areas.
Flutter is an open source project, so developers can support it independently. It will not be closed in the foreseeable future.
Saving on support
The need for application support arises immediately after the release. Sometimes, it's technical support that is required when updating the OS, which is followed by bugs that need to be fixed. However, much more often, developers need to work on further development of the functions. Support of an app with a general code is much cheaper and easier than support of two apps for different platforms.
The apps have a single code base for iOS and Android, which means there is no need to do double work when editing or correcting the errors.
Flutter uses native platform security technologies. Its compiled code is not readable.
If there is a need to implement a specific component of iOS or Android, Flutter allows adding any code. If it's linked to a specific platform, then it will run, naturally, only on it.
It offers strong performance.
Most modern apps do not require complex logic. With Flutter, server queries, file management and platform API are performed asynchronously and do not impair the app’s performance.
It’s adaptable for both platforms.
The app looks native and absolutely identical on Android and iOS platforms. This allows avoiding double development for interaction with the user. However, you can implement and customize the interface for each platform.
Cross-platform applications are a long-held dream of any business, because individual (native) apps for iOS and Android are much more expensive in development and support.
Flutter is an innovative technology for developing cross-platform mobile Android and iOS apps. An advantage of Flutter development outsourcing is in the deployment on both Android and iOS at the same time, while using a single code base. Development moves faster, with no loss of performance. Choosing outsource Flutter development, you get a high-quality app with nice interfaces and smooth animation.
Our outsource Defi developer team takes care of the complete application development cycle, including scalable architecture design and testing. Our work doesn’t end with publishing in AppStore and Google Play. We provide support and help you improve your product.
Native apps (written in the native OS languages – Swift and Kotlin, for iOS and Android, respectively) do not have any serious drawbacks, but require extensive development and support costs. You will have to create a business logic, layout and interface tailored to each platform. All this will affect the project’s budget.
A cross-platform Flutter app has the advantages of native development and enables reusing most of the code between different platforms, which allows saving, by our estimates, up to 40% of the budget.
That is, with Flutter, we save developers’ time not only by writing one code instead of two, but also by taking many features directly from the box. And the optimized process of working with animations is simply incomparable to native development.
A hot reload function, which is especially popular among programmers, builds the app from widgets in a matter of seconds. Depending on complexity and uniqueness of the project, this gives from 20% to 50% time savings, which can be spent on development of other useful functions.
Flutter is not a single solution to all problems, but a promising framework in terms of speed of deployment and coverage. We believe that up to one-third of medium- and large-scale businesses will move to Flutter in the next few years, following the leaders in various niches.
If you are looking for a fast outsource development of apps for iOS and Android and with no serious losses in quality and budget, give Flutter a chance today