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Announcing Flutter 3.3 at Flutter Vikings

Flutter 3.3, a beautiful new app, work on improving performance, and a note of farewell

The Dash mascot and her friends celebrating the launch of Flutter 3.3.

Wonderous: a new reference app

In partnership with the design team at gskinner, today we’re launching Wonderous, an app built to showcase Flutter’s capacity to deliver high-end, beautiful experiences without caveats. Even as it shows off the power of Flutter, we built Wonderous together to be a beautiful app in its own right. From the stunning Taj Mahal in the Indian city of Agra to the Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá on the Yucatán peninsula of Mexico, Wonderous brings some of the most remarkable places in the world to your phone, using video and imagery to explore the intersection of art, history, and culture.

Navigate to the intersection of history, art, and culture. The Wonderous app has been designed to support various accessibility aids.

Impeller: our new graphics engine

Aside from the improvements in 3.3 itself, the team has been hard at work on Impeller, our next-generation rendering layer.

Goodbye to Eric

We close with an affectionate farewell to Eric Seidel, one of the co-founders of Flutter who is leaving Google this month for new adventures. Eric was the very first person to introduce Flutter to the world, before it had a name or a mascot, at the Dart Developer Summit back in 2015; he has managed the Flutter engineering team for most of its existence, and quite simply, without Eric there would be no Flutter as we know it.



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Tim Sneath

PM/UX Director for developer frameworks and languages at Google, including Flutter, Dart, and Go.