Many of you already use Flutter as your cross-platform mobile development solution. If you do, in this post I’d like to explore your thoughts on how we can improve the development experience for Flutter.
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As technologists and developers like you, we’re always excited to try out new technologies. Building beautiful UI is in our DNA, and that informed our approach when trying Flutter ourselves. We have analyzed and picked a couple of the most commonly used screens, designed them with slick animations and now we’re ready to share these concepts with you. Our hope is that, by providing you the stepping stones that every app will need, it would help you to jumpstart your new app or improve an existing application.
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Rossitza Fakalieva is Manager of the Progress .NET UI & Tools division, which develops the UI for WPF, UI for WinForms, UI for UWP and UI for Xamarin products. She started her career on the Telerik ASP.NET team in 2006 as a support officer and passed through the position of software developer to the position of senior manager. Off work, she enjoys cooking, watching movies and reading books.
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