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  1. Flutter is a cross platform
  2. What is flutter?  Flutter is a free and open-source mobile UI framework created by Google and released in May 2017.  Flutter is Google's open-source technology for creating mobile, desktop, and web apps with a single codebase.
  3. What kinds of apps can I build with Flutter? Flutter is designed to support mobile apps that run on both Android and iOS, as well as interactive apps that you want to run on your web pages or on the desktop. You can also create pixel-perfect experiences that match the Android and iOS design languages with Flutter.
  4. Dart Dart is a client-optimized language for developing fast apps on any platform. Flutter uses Dart as Dart allows Flutter to avoid the need for a separate declarative layout language like JSX and XML. What language is Flutter written in? Dart is an open-source general-purpose programming language developed by Google.
  5. Hot Reload A hot reload feature is used to quickly reload the changes code on your running app. With this feature, you can quickly and easily experiment, change UIs, add features, and more fix bugs on your application. Hot Restart Hot restart is much different than hot reload. In Hot restart it destroys the preserves State value and set them to their default.
  6. Everything is a widget Stateless & Stateful widgets
  7. Stateless Widget The widgets whose state cannot be altered once they are built. These widgets are immutable once they are built i.e any amount of change in the variables, icons, buttons, or retrieving data cannot change the state of the app. Icon, Icon Button and Text are examples of stateless widgets.
  8. Stateful Widget A widget that has a mutable state. A stateful widget is dynamic as it can change its appearance in response to events triggered by user interactions or when it receives data. Checkbox, Radio, InkWell, Form, and TextField are examples of stateful widgets.
  9. Flutter benefits
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