Flutter is Google’s mobile UI framework for building high-quality native interfaces across mobile. It integrates with iOS and Android, works with existing code, and is free and open source. For this event, we're joined by Matt Sullivan from Google's Mountain View campus. Don't miss it!
In this talk, we’ll do a brief introduction to Flutter and its underlying principles, and then dive into hacking on code, where we’ll try to build a fully functional app before our time’s up. You’ll get a taste of Flutter’s intuitive architecture and APIs, and its development flow with great IDE support and real-time hot-reload.
Let’s see what we can build in under an hour!
Matt leads developer relations for Flutter from Google’s Mountain View campus. He recently joined the Flutter team, having spent three years working on Android and Wear. He’s a bit of a language geek, and is thoroughly enjoying adding Dart to the portfolio of languages to write cool thing in. When he’s not hacking on Flutter, you’ll probably find him in the gym wearing far too many fitness sensors.