Flutter 1.0: Google's software development toolkit
Google launched Flutter 1.0 on 4th December 2018. It is an open source mobile application development SDK created by Google. Flutter helps in developing applications for Android and iOS. Flutter 1.0 is also the first stable release of Google’s software development toolkit for creating beautiful, native experiences for iOS and Android from a single code base.
Introducing Flutter 1.0
Flutter 1.0 is an app engine you can either embed into an existing app or use for a new app. It does not replace the traditional apple and android app models for building mobile apps. Flutter went through six previews before 1.0 release. It was first announced as an early alpha at Google’s I/O developers conference in May 2017. The first beta arrived in February and then followed by two more. Google built flutter apps using the Dart programming language.