Kotlin vs Flutter

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Kotlin vs Flutter

on Android Developers at Mar 18, 2019 07:50

Knowing that real Google strategy behind introducing Flutter and the pace at which it is gaining momentum in the market, should an Android app developer switch from Kotlin to Flutter? Or wait for some more time?
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Re: Kotlin vs Flutter

on Android Developers at Mar 19, 2019 05:16

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Re: Kotlin vs Flutter

on Android Developers at Mar 25, 2019 12:36

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.

Re: Kotlin vs Flutter

on Android Developers at Apr 10, 2019 12:16

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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.

Dart might be a new language for the mobile industry, but it possesses a huge momentum to transform the world. The language, as covered in this piece of news about Dart 2.2, has offered developers with an option to write Set Literals and enhance the performance of their code by 15-20%. And it is still in its nascent stage, which implies many more changes and facilities are yet to be offered to us. 
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