I’m always up for sharing ideas. I’m actively developing the tool and I’ve added version numbers to the app’s page title. Flutter has changed between the time I started the project (a few weeks ago) and today. I actually had to update it just now, changing things like ToggleButton to Switch and Button to RaisedButton. I ran the code to make an IOS app today for the first time (about 20 minutes ago). It was a nice feeling to see it work. I’m updating the post with pictures of it running on the IOS simulator and in the app.
I hope it will get eliminate a lot of the grunt work involved in developing flutter apps for all of us. It has been a fun way to learn the flutter toolkit and truly use Dart in anger.