Google Flutter 3 backs macOS Linux

Google has launched Flutter 3 a major release of the cross-platform outgrowth toolkit that adds firm support for edifice macOS and Linux desktop apps. Flutter already granted firm support for iOS Android web and Windows targets.

Unveiled May 11 Flutter 3 features new interaction and input models collation and build support and platform-specific integration for macOS and Linux. For macOS Flutter backs both Intel and Apple Silicon processors with Universal Binary support allowing apps to package executables running natively on both architectures. Flutter also takes gain of the Dart speechs support for Apple Silicon.

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For Linux Canonical and Google collaborated on creating an integrated best-of-breed outgrowth discretion Google said. The framework enables iterative live coding allowing developers to reload changes without restarting an app.

Flutter 3 also supports the Material You design paradigm for Android. Work on Material Design 3 is largely complete in Flutter 3 Google said enabling developers to leverage a cross-platform design method featuring hue schemes and updated visual components. Flutter 3 can be downloaded from the project website.

Flutter is powered by Googles Dart programming speech now in rendering 2.17. New Dart features include capabilities to lessen boilerplate and aid readability an upgraded linter and experimental RISC-V architecture support.

Google also announced integration of Flutter with the Firebase app outgrowth platform as a fully supported core part of Firebase. Moving advanced Firebase support for Flutter will evolve in lockstep with iOS and Android. Additionally improvements have been made to support Flutter apps using Crashlytics which is Firebases real-time crash reporting labor.