If you want to persuade your manager to use Flutter for your next mobile app development project, here are a few points you might consider:
- Faster development: One of the main benefits of Flutter is that it allows you to build beautiful, high-performance apps with a single codebase that can be compiled for Android and iOS, Web, Windows, MacOS, Linux. This means you can save time and resources by not having to maintain separate codebases for each platform.
- Improved user experience: Flutter’s rich set of customizable widgets and intuitive design allows you to create seamless and intuitive user experiences. This includes responsive components, loading and transition animations. This can help increase user engagement and retention, leading to better business outcomes.
- Pixel Perfect – verified during Continues Integration. Golden Tests may verify that different state of the screens and components look as expected pixel to pixel. The tests may check – different screens sizes, different themes and whatever parameters you would like to define in the tests.
- Strong community support: Flutter has a large and active community of developers, which means you can easily find help and resources when you need them.
- In addition, Flutter is constantly being updated and improved, so you can trust that it will stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and best practices.
- Testable – One of the best practice is having tested features and apps. You may consider choosing the BloC Pattern that also comes with IntelliJ Plugin for bootstrapping test code.
- Cost-effective: Because Flutter allows you to build apps for multiple platforms with a single codebase, it can be more cost-effective compared to other frameworks that require separate development for each platform.
By highlighting the benefits of Flutter, you can help convince your manager that it is the right choice for your next mobile app development project. It may also be helpful to provide examples of successful projects that have used Flutter, or to offer to do a demonstration or proof of concept to show the capabilities of the framework.