Google's Flutter is an open-source UI software development kit. It is used to create cross-platform apps from a single codebase for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Windows, Google Fuchsia, Web platform, and the web.
Flutter developers create stunning user interfaces that look and feel native. Even though you're utilising a single codebase, it works natively on any platform.
Typical Flutter Developer responsibilities include:
- Designing and developing high-volume, low-latency applications for mission-critical systems and delivering high-availability and performance
- Creating well designed, testable, efficient code
- Participating in all phases of the development life-cycle
- Assisting in the preparation and production of releases of software components
- Ensuring designs are in compliance with specifications
- Investigating alternatives and technologies and present them for architectural review