Google has launched one other Flutter app into the Microsoft Retailer.
Flutter is Google’s SDK for creating cross-platform apps for iOS, Android, internet, and desktop from a single codebase. Flutter works with current code, is utilized by builders and organizations around the globe, and is free and open supply.
In June, Google mentioned that it’s on the lookout for help from Microsoft to convey Flutter to Microsoft and in September Google introduced the alpha launch of Flutter help for Home windows, and launched Flutter Gallery, an instance demo that reveals the Flutter framework working as a UWP on Home windows.
Yesterday Google launched a brand new Flutter app into the Microsoft Retailer.
Flutter Desktop Photograph Search is one other pattern app that lets you seek for photographs utilizing the Unsplash API.
At current, it does nothing past looking out the database, and you aren’t actually capable of do something with the images discovered, however the app does display how clean and responsive Flutter apps are on Home windows.
Flutter apps are compiled to native 64-bit code you could bundle and convey to different Home windows PCs similar to some other native app. Additionally, you need to use that very same codebase to create an app focusing on Android, iOS, internet, macOS, and Linux.
Google says there are already 100,00zero Flutter apps on Google Play, and hopefully, the brand new app suggests Google can be supporting builders to increase to the desktop platform additionally.
You possibly can learn the desktop documentation on flutter.dev for extra particulars.