re: Java is going to be replaced by Flutter - How true, is it? VIEW POST

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Thank you for your interesting article. I agree with a lot you said, and just my 2 cents, I develop in flutter two apps for myself apps and will go live end of year.
In big companies, with their amount of existing code, you count your blessings, even when JS or Flutter roll over you. Flutter fills also a niche for SMEs, looking for a solution with somehow native performance covering both android+ios, backed up by a big company, and quiet easy to learn. BTW, I am not totally happy with the flutter widget rendering ATM, cpu consumption etc. Anyway, I think it's great. Yeah, today, there a many options for Mobile. I just think flutter will be a good choice especially for indie developers for the next years to come.

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