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amirbig9125dpersonally prefer kotlin
if you wanna do iOS dev (as implied by the tags), you can forget Kotlin
for Android though... idk, i personally still use Java there, the Android framework is kinda awkward to use with Kotlin imo
haven't tried Flutter, though I've looked at a couple of their examples and didn't exactly like it, but i might give it a try at some point
Flutter is amazing.
That being said, last time I used it (a week after release), it was still missing some native features like camera support. That has probably been fixed though
Cross-Platform dev is not mature yet.. and I find it more away to be a stable for important App using
devs31415dIt depends on what you want to create. If it requires complex stuff, definitely stick with Android and iOS, though for simple apps fetching data etc., Flutter is REALLY nice.
I know it's not the question but we use Xamarin. Business Logic is shared. UI is platform specific. It's a good trade-off.
What do you work in usually broooooo. If your doing web apps like 80% of us then use react/vue/angular native. Then watch a know, you’ll have an expertise over an architecture that will do it all. I’ve looked for dart jobs on indeed, I think there might be two in all the USA. I kid but seriously, protect yourself in this market and use the tried and true
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