The Flutter team made some big announcements yesterday at Flutter Live. One is Flutter 1.0 & the other is Hummingbird, Flutter’s web platform prototype. The Flutter team made some big announcements yesterday at Flutter Live.
One is, of course, the release of Flutter 1.0. But what really caught our eye was the announcement that the team is experimenting with running Flutter on the web. Meet Hummingbird, Flutter’s web platform prototype.
Even in its beta version, Flutter has gathered a lot of attention since it offers some impressive features like hot-reload and itsfast visual feedback. But now that Flutter 1.0 is officially here, what’s the next logical step of evolution? Bringing these impressive features to the web, of course, so you can run the same code in the browser, not only on your phone.
Yesterday at Flutter Live, the team announced both the release of Flutter 1.0 as well as their new project, Hummingbird, a prototype of building Flutter for the web. We know you’re all wondering: what about that puzzle!? The project is still at the incipient stage and under heavy development but we do have some prototype concepts that we can go through.