Flutter and React native are exceptionally well-supported platforms for hybrid mobile application development. Flutter is built and supported by Google. React Native by facebook. Both, would be acceptable tools to develop a hybrid application, however Flutter based on our experience, may offer some advantages.

UI

  • Flutter uses the Dart framework which has most of the major components required for development built in, making for a far more comprehensive framework. The result is that the framework requires less additional code to bridge communication with the phone’s native modules.
  • Dart’s flexibility comes from the fact that there are so many frameworks, like Material Design and Cupertino, packed inside. All the required technologies needed to develop mobile apps are available out of the box.
  • The Dart framework uses the Skia C++ engine which has a unified set of protocols, compositions, and channels. Simply put, Flutter has everything needed for app development in the Flutter engine itself.

Rich in UI Components

  • Flutter framework is bundled with UI rendering components, device API access, navigation, testing, stateful management, and loads of libraries.
  • This rich set of components removes the need to use third-party libraries.
  • If you use the Flutter framework, it means you will have everything needed for developing mobile apps.
  • Flutter also has widgets for Material Design and Cupertino that allow developers to easily render the UI on both iOS and Android platforms.
  • Following with the ‘everything you need in the box’ structure of flutter there are numerous seamless integrations that don’t require material coding time that are available.

Firebase Support

Calendar Widget Support:

Range Sliders

Intercom Support

App Size

  • When compared to the react-native flutter apps produced were smaller in size when compared to the other cross-platform applications.

Performance

  • When it comes to performance, Flutter takes the crown. In nearly all of our tests it has performed much faster than React Native.
  • React Native leverages Javascript to connect to native components via a bridge. Flutter streamlines this process by avoiding the need for a bridge to interact with native components. The speed of development and run time thus gets expedited drastically with Flutter.
  • For instance, you can reach animation runtime speeds of 60 frames per second when using Flutter.
  • It’s also useful for supporting reusing existing code. However, you can easily share code when using React Native, whether you’re developing for an iOS or Android platform as well as use the vast libraries that can help you run animations at 60 frames per second.
  • The use of React Native for hybrid applications makes it a little complicated for developers to run the architect, the native components, and the library without problems. Flutter, on the other hand, makes it easy for developers to reuse existing code. The C ++ engine also supports the language.
  • Since Flutter is compiled into the native ARM code for both Android and iOS, performance issues are further mitigated.Flutter vs React Native Verdict: Flutter is the clear winner in case of app performance because who doesn’t like to go faster.