Forbe’s article citing importance of Flutter (and Fuchsia)

Nice (but small) non-technical write-up on how Flutter and Fuchsia (an in-the-works Google’ one-OS-for-all)  may have significant business impact in 2019.   Wikipedia offers a good summary of the state of Fuchsia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Fuchsia.

They summarize the link to Flutter and Dart as:

Fuchsia’s user interface and apps are written with “Flutter“, a software development kit allowing cross-platform development abilities for Fuchsia, Android and iOS. Flutter produces apps based on Dart, offering apps with high performance that run at 120 frames per second. Flutter also offers a Vulkan-based graphics rendering engine called “Escher”, with specific support for “Volumetric soft shadows”, an element that Ars Technica wrote “seems custom-built to run Google’s shadow-heavy ‘Material Design‘ interface guidelines”.

SO … while Flutter Preview Release 1 and DART 2.0 are available for production apps now on Andriod and iOS, becoming skilled here will allow your apps to interact with a future Fuchsia running on just about everything.

Check it out the Forbe’s article here at:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesnycouncil/2018/07/26/why-you-should-start-looking-at-googles-flutter-and-fuchsia-now/#6e32dda0a309