With Flutter 2.10, you can now build Windows apps using Flutter. With a single codebase, you can build high-quality Windows apps that also run on mobile and web. Since Flutter launched, they have focused on delivering a cross-platform solution for beautiful, tailored apps that are compiled to machine code and take full advantage of the underlying graphics hardware of your device. Today marks a significant expansion of this vision with the first production release of support for Windows as an app target, enabling Windows developers to benefit from the same productivity and power that mobile developers have been enjoying.
Ahmad Sahar is a trainer, presenter, and consultant, specializing in conducting training courses for macOS, iOS, macOS Support Essentials certification, and iOS mobile app development. He has conducted mobile app development classes at Info-Trek since 2012, and previous customers include DHL, Eu Yan Sang, ITPSS, ExxonMobil, Petronas ICT, TTdotCom and PNB. He is a member of the DevCon iOS and MyCocoaHeads online communities in Malaysia, and has conducted presentations and talks for both groups. He is the co-author for the iOS 15 Programming for Beginners book which is currently available on Amazon.