Create Flutter apps with Qwegle
The Flutter application framework comes with out-of-the-box support. Our Flutter Steps help you build and test both iOS and Android apps.
Full Flutter integration
Use our Flutter Steps to run all available Flutter commands in a CI environment without having to worry about scripting: test, analyze, build and deploy automatically.
A single Workflow for all platforms
Create a cross-platform app with Flutter and don't bother about making different Workflows for iOS and Android; by adding the required Steps, you can handle both at once.
Easy testing and analysis
Write and run unit-, widget- and integration tests on BugCry: you need nothing more than the Flutter Test Step. Analyze your results with the Test Reports add-on: view individual test cases, check the logs, or just download your results.
Flutter Endless integration
We support cross-platform and third-party platforms, as well as automated process setting and custom plans.
Efficient Flutter Incorporation
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Frequently Asked Questions
We now have an FAQ list that we hope will help you answer some of the more common ones.
What is Flutter?
Google’s portable UI toolkit, Flutter, allows developers to create stunning, natively built apps from a single codebase for desktop, mobile, and the web. Flutter is free and open source, integrates with existing code, and is utilized by developers and businesses all around the world.
What level of programming knowledge do I need to use Flutter?
Programmers acquainted with object-oriented principles (classes, methods, variables, etc.) and imperative programming notions may easily learn Flutter (loops, conditionals, etc).
Flutter may be used for app creation and prototyping by those with little to no programming skills.
What types of applications can I create with Flutter?
Flutter is intended to handle both interactive applications that you wish to run on your web pages or on the desktop and mobile apps that run on both Android and iOS.
Flutter is especially well suited for apps that must give highly branded designs. Flutter, on the other hand, allows you to build pixel-perfect experiences that adhere to the iOS and Android design languages.
A broad range of hardware (including camera, GPS, network, and storage) and services are supported via the package ecosystem of Flutter (such as payments, cloud storage, authentication, and ads).
What sets Flutter apart?
Because it doesn’t rely on web browser technology or the collection of widgets that come pre-installed on every device, Flutter differs from the majority of other frameworks for developing mobile apps. Instead, Flutter draws widgets using a powerful rendering engine that it has developed.
Flutter is unique as well since it just has a thin layer of C/C++ code. The majority of Flutter’s system (compositing, gestures, animation, framework, widgets, etc.) is implemented in Dart, an object-oriented contemporary language that is simple to understand, modify, replace, and remove for developers. This greatly reduces the barrier to entry for the majority of the system and provides developers immense control over it.