Date(s) - 05/18/21
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Grand Stafford Theater

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Oscar Serrate :: What is Flutter? How does it compare to native apps in performance?

In today’s world you cannot simply build an app that targets only one platform. We need multi-platform apps that can support Android, iPhone and Web apps. One of the choices to develop an application is to do it in native code, which will have better performance but will need more talent since you will need different resources for each platform. Another choice is to use a cross-platform development tools which require only one code base for multiple platforms and therefore easier to maintain. I will be talking about Flutter, which is an open-source Google UI Kit for building natively compiled apps for mobile, web and desktop. We will see how Flutter compares in performance to native and how it compares to other cross-platform tools.

Oscar Serrate is a Computer Engineer graduated from the University of Florida, with a master’s degree in the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Worked in a research lab for a self-driving car project at the Université de Valenciennes in France. CEO/Founder of Optcorp, an Oracle Partner company in Bolivia that specialized in Oracle Primavera and Crystal Ball. Currently has a software development company which develop apps for different clients.