on Android Developers at Mar 19, 2019 05:16
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on Android Developers at Apr 10, 2019 12:16
In my point of view, if you're an organization that can afford two teams and two codebases for them, or you are developing a huge platform dependent app (like Apple TV, Apple Watch), or you need a lot of native low-level stuff like DRM to do a video streaming service, you should stick to Kotlin.
Flutter is basically a UI framework. Flutter is designed with developer experience in mind. That's one of the things that makes it an awesome framework. As far as I know, Flutter is also not going anywhere because Google invested heavily in it. If you compare Kotlin vs Dart instead, I would choose Kotlin because I feel it is a nicer language.
Kotlin is more mature and it leverages all the native ecosystem because it plays nicely with existing Java libraries and classes. It is a great contribution to Kotlin's success.
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