Google Flutter 3 backs macOS, Linux
Framework for building mobile, web, and desktop applications from a shared codebase adds stable support for two key platforms.
Google Flutter 3 supports macOS, Linux
The framework for building mobile, web, and desktop applications from a shared code base adds robust support for two major platforms.
Google has launched Flutter 3, a major version of its cross-platform development toolset that adds robust support for building desktop apps for macOS and Linux. Flutter already provides robust support for iOS, Android, web, and Windows targets.
Introduced on May 11, Flutter 3 includes new interaction and input models, compilation and assembly support, and platform-specific integration for macOS and Linux. For macOS, Flutter supports Intel and Apple Silicon processors, with Universal Binary support allowing apps to grab executables running on both architectures. Flutter also benefits from Dart language support for Apple Silicon.